Just added stage 2 cams. When pulling the stock cams out, both the intake and exhaust appeared to be out 180. The bike ran though(approx. 50 hours). When installing the new cams, we put them back per the Owners Manual. We adjusted the intake shims, as they we're off by .015. .145. The exhaust was ok at .160. The first try and the bike ran rough, and jumped time after I tried to restart it. We had released the chain tensioner, so no reason to think it would do this. We pulled the cover off, and found the timing was off tdc. Readjusted, assmbled., and kicked the bike. It ran sweet. I shut off the bike, and let it cool. Went to rekick, and it jumped time again (kick starter is very tight at the top, and then goes down smoothly). Questions: Could a bike run if it was 180 degrees off (both cams). The assumption, at this point, is the Owners manual is wrong, b/c the bike ran for approx. 50 hours fine. So I'm thinking about putting them back. The question is, what is causing the bike to jump time. The chain seems tight after releasing the tensioner. I did check the tensioner (after the second jump, and there was approx. 1/8 to 1/4 more of a turn. Would that do it?