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I found this on the web, Please have a look and give me your thoughts and opinions.

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I've seen it discussed in this old thread:
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Yes same one, I wonder if anyone have tried it?

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probably about as easy as timing through primary chain cover, less work.
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probably about as easy as timing through primary chain cover, less work.
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well, remove the inspection cover and see if you can see the engine rotor or sprocket. if so, find the marks you want and line them up. use some spray cleaner and clean off a spot on the case and opposite to rotor/sprocket. a good high contrast epoxy is good and a long artist brush. let dry. now you can time without c/c pressure in your face but beware of the spinning primary chain!!!
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well, remove the inspection cover and see if you can see the engine rotor or sprocket. if so, find the marks you want and line them up. use some spray cleaner and clean off a spot on the case and opposite to rotor/sprocket. a good high contrast epoxy is good and a long artist brush. let dry. now you can time without c/c pressure in your face but beware of the spinning primary chain!!!


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