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    2009 FZR - cams alignment issue ???

    hi boys....

    need your help again...

    I checked my camshaft alignment...
    and I think I have an issue...

    look at the attached photos
    intake and exhaust camshaft are not perfect aligned.
    but if I move of one teeth... alignment get worse.

    this is the best alignment I can get.
    is good enough?
    could it be a cam-sprocket issue?
    ski has 200 hours

    can I run ski with this non perfect alignment?

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    I would say that fine mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by fzsaust View Post
    I would say that fine mate
    me too

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    my cams looked exactly the same when i dropped my gear set in also. It had me a little hesitant aswell but ran it and turned out fine.

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    that is correct on time. providing your number 1 cylinder is on top dead center.

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    you could have a small amount of steretch on the chain, that looks fine and will be no issues.as jim said so long as you are at tdc on no.1 cyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzie View Post
    you could have a small amount of steretch on the chain, that looks fine and will be no issues.as jim said so long as you are at tdc on no.1 cyl.

    yes could be...
    I have also one broken tooth...
    and I'm waiting for a new chain...
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    so if this little disalignment is not a problem I will change chain and ride again !!

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    Mine was same all good

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    I wouldn't ride on that broken chain....it's a 45 dollar part that can tear up a lit of stuff!!

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    Looks like you got lucky spotting the broken chain before it caused major damage

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