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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-22-2018, 06:07 AM
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I brought it up to T1 mark and lined the cam wheels to the marks, but it back fires, timing yep. So if your on T1 thats fine and dandy but in theory one or both of the cams could be 180 degrees out.

1 cam can be 180 out from the other but both can't be, if you then turn one of them 180 they are back in time. It would run with one of them 180 out but both cylinders, front or rear, would fire at the same time. What you probably have is the plug wires mixed up.

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