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Key way is at 11 o-clock
Bank 1 which is the passenger side, the timing mark on the sprocket should be at 11 o-clock also. Bank 2 should be at 1 o-clock.
Did you take the small chains off as well?
Yes, the key way should be at 11 o-clock. The timing mark on the crank gear would be at 5 o-clock
The primary chain has colored links that should line up to both cam timing marks and crank.
Also disable the fuel system before you start it. Turn the engine over to build oil pressure. Then enable the fuel system or ignition system.
Failure to turn the engine over to build oil pressure could result in the timing chain to jump a tooth on start up.
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