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Camshaft chain timing 4 weeks 9 hours ago #27403

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I am assembling the engine after revating the cylinders with new pistons, and now I am in doubt of the correct setting of the cam chain timing.
I have set it as I think it is described in the manual, picture 1, but when I compare with how it sat when I disassembled the engine, picture 2, it looks like there is 1 edge to difference. In both pictures the T mark on the alernator rotor is spot on.
I can see the engine has been disassembled before, as it was assembled with liquid gaset all over, even between cylinder block and cylinder head.
Your advice witch setting is correct will be very much appreciated.
BR Bendt

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Camshaft chain timing 3 weeks 6 days ago #27411

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Camshaft chain timing 3 weeks 4 days ago #27420

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Camshaft chain timing 3 weeks 4 days ago #27421

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The service manual has a really good explanation of what is the correct set up. I added a red line to go across the cylinder head half joint and it shows the bottom of the circles just above the line.


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