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yz250f 2202 timing on disambeled engine

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hey, im doing a rebuild on a yz250f 2002, is it possiable to do a valve timing

when the engine is in pieces???

some one told me that as long as the screws are in 7.2 and the i and h are aligned theres no problem...

is it true...??

thamks guys.

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hey, im doing a rebuild on a yz250f 2002, is it possiable to do a valve timing

when the engine is in pieces???

some one told me that as long as the screws are in 7.2 and the i and h are aligned theres no problem...

is it true...??

thamks guys.

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I don't have a clue as to what you're asking .

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I dont see why not as long as the cams are in the correct position and you have them torqued to the proper ammount.

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Yes, I would think you'd be able to check it as long as the cam lobes were in the right place. May be hard to keep them in the right place without the chain holding them, but it should work for checking clearance if you're careful.

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valve clearenes not timing.. sorry.

I do it all the time. If I have the head off for service, I'll check it on the bench. You just have to have the timing marks lined up where they belong, and hold them there with your hand while you are checking with the feeler gauge. Once you have done it there, you can put the head on and as long as you don't over torque the cam caps you'll be done.

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