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Thanks Cycle Concept,

...But what happened if the cam chain jump 1 teeth in the crankcase, It lost timing too? is necesary to advance the cam chain 1 teeth over crankcase?

Thanks again

Jonathan
 

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if your cam chain jumped the teeth on your cam sprockets then yes it's out of timing...you would need to re-time the engine or should i say take the cams out and reinstall them in the correct position...it would also be wise to install a manual cam chain tensioner to help prevent this from happening to you in the future...thanks!!!

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Looks jumped to me, you jumped the front cam. Make sure that the camchain guide is in good shape on both end thats usually why they will jump. I would pull both cams and inpsect the gears for damage, also if it did jump it MIGHT have tapped the valves. i would leak down it at the least, if it was mine i would pull the head and check the valves and pistons for damage and put in a manual adjuster and good guides and it should be fine
 

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...if it was mine i would pull the head and check the valves and pistons for damage and put in a manual adjuster and good guides and it should be fine[/QB][/QUOTE]

Thanks GSXR...
Today i check the seat valvle and fix again,
But my big problems is that i try several times set timing, put the marks in right position and after two laps the marks are bad.


Why this happen?
Do you see the Pics?
 

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Mark the cam sprockets and loctite the bolts, maybe you are slipping the sprocket, not the cam chain?????
 
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