Hello wise members
I did check the valve game, 3 in valves needed adjustment.
So far so good.
Before I took out the camshaft (only in), I put the first gear in (to prevent to turn the engine),
and I marked the position of the cam chain in relation to the sprocket.
When I was done with changing shims, I put it the sprocket back to the market sprocket teeth, but not tightened it yet.
After that, I see, that the cam of the first valve does not relate to the position of the exhaust first valve, normally, they are like mirrored.
So I did check the mark lines with a mirror and see, that the in-marks do not relate.
How is this possible ? Maybe my chain jumped while I did check the valves (2 times) ?
(honestly, I did not check the in-marks so closely before marking the sprocket, so yeah, maybe it jumped.. )
It is for me not easy to check the position of the in marks, because while I look with a mirror,
I find it very difficult. Is there any another trick or mark, how to check the right position of the in camshaft ?
Thank you very much for reading.
Marks before taking out.jpg
And after putting it back on the marked teeth:
Putting it one teeth back, so that the marks align:
After 1 teeht back_LI (2).jpg