ABook Z400 Driver
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ABook Z400 Driver
Position the line in the middle of the window.
Remove the crankcase ventilation catch box right side ABook Z400 and the head stay sort of optional, I worked the valve cover out around it but it would have made it ABook Z400 to get the cover off along with the crankcase vent hoses and spark plug wire. Wire tie all of the cables and wires back away from the cover and remove the three bolts holding the cover on.
If you drop the chain down into the side cover, you will be fishing, minimum and ABook Z400 worst case scenario is having to pull the right side cover all off in order to get it on the lower cam pulley and back around the guides properly. Now here's where I'd recommend deviating ABook Z400 the manual!!!!!!!!!!
The ABook Z400 says to take a "baseline" measurement of the ABook Z400 lash at this point so you will know what size shims to install when you get ready to put it back together but, if the engine is worn like this one, a baseline measurement may be total garbage I ended up breaking ABook Z400 timing the tensioner has to come out of the back of the cylinder by removing the large bolt in the middle first and then the two hex mounting bolts and removing one cam at a time and checking the baseline lash without everything ABook Z400 in my way.
Doing it like this, the changes you are going to make are less dependent on that baseline measurement being absolutely accurate to determine what the new shims should be.
You can, without having to worry with the timing ABook Z400, install the cam bearing caps separately and check the lash repeatedly very quickly. On this particular engine, the exhaust valve lash was WILDLY different and the intake lash was non existant so using the "baseline" numbers on this motor proved futile I ended up installing both cams but without futzing with the chain timing independently and checking ABook Z400 valve lash to get it perfect before installing ABook Z400 the last time with the timing chain installed and timed correctly.
Reply 10 — April 24, In reality, it's not that bad. There are a few helpful hints that the manual does not include ABook Z400 I will.
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The process to access the valves isn't difficult, just time consuming Remove the fuel tank and the plugs on the left side of ABook Z400 engine to access the stator nut and timing mark viewhole. The one covering the stator nut is a M-F'r and this one stripped the hex out of the middle, I ended up taking it off with a chisel and hammer. Position the chisel on the outer "flat" area and chisel in a counter clock wise motion and eventually the o-ring and thread will let loose from a combination of the shock and twisting motion Roll the ABook Z400 over until the engine is on TDC on the compression stroke if the engine still has compression, you should be able to feel it coming up on it When you get to the "top" there is a "T" and a line.
Position ABook Z400 line in the middle of the window. Remove the crankcase ventilation catch box right side frame and the head stay sort of optional, I worked the valve cover out around it but it would have made it easier to get the cover off along with the crankcase vent hoses and spark plug wire.
Wire tie all of the cables and wires back away from the cover and remove the three bolts holding the cover on.