Install the rubber dampers on the sprocket shaft ends
using a suitable adhesive. Install the sprocket shaft in
the cylinder with the rubber damper facing
If the shafts and/or guide
kets are replaced with
new ones, apply engine oil to them
Don't forget to run the camshaft chain between the
sprocket and the holder.
eRemove the cylinder head (Pg. 69)
eTake out the guide.
1. Set the guide with the longer projection
When setting the lower projections of the guide into
the grooves of the
it is easier to set the
eRemove the cylinder head cover, unscrew the nuts (2),
and remove the guide.
B. Cylinder Head Cover
elf the screws are replaced with new ones, apply a non-
permanent locking agent to the threads. Don't apply
any on the lower half of the
where the chain
guide mounting nuts will be screwed on.
eRemove the fuel tank (Pg. 46)
eRemove the radiator
eRemove the radiator fan (Pg. 55)
eRemove the mufflers and exhaust pipes on both sides
(Pgs. 55 and 56).
eRemove the thermostat
and pull off the
eRemove the vacuum switch valve (Pg.
eRemove the front upper air cleaner housing
eRemove the carburetor (Pg. 49).
eRemove the two lower ignition coils
eRemove the cylinder head cover (Pg. 65).
eRemove the alternator cover (Pg. 85). Complete
moval is not required, so the leads may be left
eRemove the solenoid fuel valve
eRemove the camshaft chain tensioner (Pg. 60).
eRemove both camshafts (Pg. 66).
eRemove the cylinder head (Pg. 69).
NOTE: Unscrew the 6 mm cylinder bolts (4) at the
rear side of cylinder before removing the cylinder head