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HELP with CCT install

ok so my dumb ass proceeded to remove the CCT to install a new one without first referring to this HOW TO section for help as i thought it was just straight forward.
then i realized that you need to set the engine to TDC before removing the CCT. once i realized this i reinstalled the CCT with a bit of tension and then set the engine to TDC, while doing this i head a slight pop ping and i dont know if this off set the timing or not. then i fully installed the CCT with full tension. so now what do i do from here. i dont want to start it and have it go kaboom on me..any help guys??..thanks
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All I can say is be very careful. I didn't do the TDC when I did it and I didn't know. But idk what happened but a small bb ended up ruining my cylinder head and piston. So be careful!!!


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a small bb...like a ball bearing???
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Ya something like that. Tiny little thing. The werd thing is it was in the first cylinder. Opposite side of the cct. So idk what happened but I screwed up my bike and had to rebuild it. I learned not to mess with engines again. But I'm not trying to worry you. Just be careful dude. Lol


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Lol.. Not trying to worry me!!.. Thanks but where the **** did the bearing come from??.. Well hopefully someone on here has an idea of where i should go from here.. If i should tske the head off and look and if so what to look for how to tell if the timeing is all set correctly.. So on and so fourth...
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You better off asking Nico to confirm. When I took mine out, I had it at TDC. Cam chain tensioners is nothing more than a spring loaded levers that pushes the chain tightly around the gears. Take it out, turn the crank to TDC and reinsert it. Each camshaft turn differently but make sure it is TDC. Look at my guide how to adjust valve clearance and you'll have a better picture of what is going on inside.

To know for sure, you'll have to remove the engine cover if something had came off. I don't think it's anything big but I could be wrong. This is going back on my memory when I last took off the CCT.
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Ok thanks. Ill give nico a shout.. Was thinking of just hand cranking it too to see if i hear any tapping and or anything out of the ordinary
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Lol.. Not trying to worry me!!.. Thanks but where the **** did the bearing come from??.. Well hopefully someone on here has an idea of where i should go from here.. If i should tske the head off and look and if so what to look for how to tell if the timeing is all set correctly.. So on and so fourth...
No clue where it came from. That the $2600 question il never know the answer to. Lol


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Awesome!!.. Lol just what i want to hear..2600$... Looks like im really going to have to be careful here and double check everything!!!


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Ohh i got it, shes runnin great thanks


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What is this TDC?

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U dont gotta take the engine cover off right? just the side hole on clutch cover right?

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Its real simple actually, just remove and install new.. Good to go


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U dont gotta take the engine cover off right? just the side hole on clutch cover right?

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Oem or manual tensioner? No the cover doesn't need to come off. Remove old one and retract new oem one until its bolted on. All done while the motor sits @ TDC
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you said you heard a pop? have you ridden even those it started?? cause one cam is usually under slight preload and that could of been the cam springing foward i hope u didnt just timing slightly....

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Its all good.. I got it months ago... Sounds and rides great.. Thanks to all for the help


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Im going to put an ape in. How do i get it to TDC?

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HELP with CCT install

Theres a video on how to do it.. But heres a go. On the right side of the bike, on the engine case cover theres a piece of the cover that cones off right here Click image for larger version

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Then when u take that off you should see this with a dash mark next to the bolt that says 10 hereClick image for larger version

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Turn that with a 14mm socket untill the dash meets up with the lower mark below the cover and u shpuld be a tdc.. Hope this helps


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