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my name is ken im new to this site and i think i might have a big problem. i just recently got a new bottom end and was putting the cylinder and cylinder head together and now im at the timingg part. soo i put turned the bottom end over to TDC but when ive taken it apart before i noticed the cams can be positioned 2 different ways, (when you look through the little hole that has the T on the flywheel) the cams could point inwards or outwards and you have to take them out pointing outwards now how do i know that the T on the flywheel is on the right stroke for the cams to be put back in pointing outwards? does it matter or will it mess with the spark firing at all?? or do i just throw it back together and let it rip?:D
 

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when you get the t mark alined on the fly wheel this means that it is at top dead center.
now put your cam in with the lobes facing down there will be a line on each side of the cam these need to be parralell to the top of the head .do this and it should be ready to go.
 
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