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after changing out fork seals and steering head bearings, i decided to do the timing belts while the front wheel was removed. that made it so much easier to do.


after having a mishap with timing belts in the past, i approached this with extreme caution, as i didnt want to wreck another motor.

but with the excellent tutorial and tips here and the honda manual it was a breeze.

took care to make sure the "up" marks were in position before removal of the old belts and made sure they were in position again after installing and tensioning the new belts.

after that i turned the motor several times by hand to make sure everything was all good

now to hit the starter button........:praying:
 

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Nicely done.:claps::claps: I had problems getting pulse gens out of the way and screwed one up. $100 later and alls good. :lash:
 

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Yay!
 

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See his other 2 threads on this that are merged into one.
Instead of posting a reply here, he started 2 more new topics on this same topic.
Guess he didn't read to keep it all in one thread per topic.
 

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... And ??? :shock:
it worked.

one of the sparkplugs had a piece of debris bridging the gap

running and idling fine now:bow:
 
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