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this is the same picture that I was able to obtain, and I know that the chain did not "move" or jump from the cams, but for sure it moved on the crank at least one tooth. Do you think that I have to remove the chains to set it up with the painted marks? That is why I am looking for other marks on the block or heads to set the cam sprockets and the crank in time.
Kind of expensive info that is not really clear. but well. thank you anyway.
Kind of expensive info that is not really clear. but well. thank you anyway. but it has to be other way to set the chains.