88 250 quad runner timing marks

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hello i really need timing marks for a 88 suzuki quad runner 250lt anybody have any info could you please let me know thank you.

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Usually there are little marks like dots on the sprockets for the cam and crank. Hopefully someone here has a diagram for you. Might look something like this:


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pull the top head off and you will get to the cam and the timing chain. make sur the motor is top dead center on compression stroke. the on the cam chain gear is 2 lines . line them up with the head and it should be timed.

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