2010 Triumph Daytona 675 SE
Will do thank you guys so much for the helpYes get it all lined up as best you can , unbolt hydro tensioner, remove old chain, drop down new chain line up marks Top and bottom, bolt down cam ladder in proper order follow service manual, apply tension with manual tensioner til taught back off a turn.
Turn motor 2-3 times, make sure everything lines up still, bottom mark and cams as duc said, don't want any collision if you feel any resistance stop don't force it, re-adjust
The manual tensioner will keep you from jumping a tooth and keep the chain from grinding on the inside of the engine casing.
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Also, b4 I took it apart the cams would rotate then go fast and fall in place for clearance measurement, when I put it back on to check new clearances the cams would not just fall into place like before but was tough and would’ve had to eyeball the lobes straight up and down, is it possible that the hydro tensioner could be making the chain too tight?
I have a new chain and manual tensioner on the way.