Well, rechecked the timing and adjusted it 1 tooth then found another knotch on the other side of the sprocket so we turned it around and lined it up with that one. Still wont start by itself, push started it and it wouldn't idle and ran "funny" Could this be timing issues? It was alligned all perfectly, should it maybe be 1 tooth off up or down? What else could this be[/b]
thers two little marks on the cam tower, and two marks on the cam sprocket. usually they dont line up "dot to dot" make sure your at top dead center, and check! the right side line on the sprocket should down a little than the line on the cam tower. the left should be just the oppisite, the line on the cam will be a little higher than the line on the cam tower. and when you think you have it turn the motor over by hand to feel if anything hits. never pull start it if you dont know its in time or not. that could end with bad results! hope this helps and good luck!!!