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Yes, the timing cap is on the top of the motor. You can access it on theleft side of the bike. You will need a large flat head screwdriver to losen it. There is another cap on the same side of the bike on the back of the stator. Take that cap off and you can acces the bolt on the stator to turn the motor over by hand with a ratchet and 12mm socket.That way you can look into the timing cap hole to see the T makings on the fly wheel while you turn the motor over. just make sure you only turn the motor over clock wise, or you will losen the stator bolt....cheers!!
 
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