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Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Coventry, CT, USA
It's 360 degrees of rotation. There is only one spot. You could spin a cam several times in ether direction and when you get it back on the mark, it will be the right spot. The thing to be careful of is the lay shaft pulley (drive gear). It has to be on the mark pointing towards the clutch AND the flywheel mark for TDC compression at the horizontal cylinder has to be in the left side window. If you're not sure the correct cylinder is at TDC, with the belts off use a small wood dowel in the plug hole. You'll know when the cylinder is at the top of the stroke. If the lay shaft timing mark and the flywheel mark agree, you're at TDC compression for the H cylinder. That is where you install both belts and tension the horizontal belt. Rotate to TDC compression for the vertical cylinder to tension that belt.
Aside from potential the timing mark issues, be sure you didn't forget to connect anything you disconnected to get at the belts. ECU ground comes to mind as a start...
Dan. "Painfully mistaking my big talk for the truth" Samantha Fish.
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