are these hotcams in time

I got my shims in and my cams arent exactly at 10 and 2 and if i move one only 1 tooth it goes to far...do i just get it as close as possible then adjust the sprockets on the cam?

Post a pic, and no matter what do NOT try to adjust the sprockets on your cams!

They won't be exactly 10 and 2. Just put them back the way they were before. U did take photos?

Again do not i repeat do not loosen the cam sprocket bolts!

what if tthe guy that owned it before me moved them ....how could i tell?

Ill get a pic up this evening...also when i put the cam cover back on do i need to put any kind of sealant around the gasket like the manual says...if so i dont have any of that suzuki brand stuff...does napa sell something i could use?

dothese cms look like they'll be ok?

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bump it up

need better pics of the sprocket end and pic of the tdc mark in the middle of the window.

dothese cms look like they'll be ok?

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the cam chain looks to be on the loose side to me

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cam chain is tight i dont know why it looks that way...the cam side timing marks of the exhaust cam dont line up but if i move the cam one tooth its to far...is there anyway to tll if the guy before me mover the cams sprockets?

ex cam it a tooth off.

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