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I need to know timing marks for kzm 192 which is a Kazuma 500 Jaguar. I think I know how the top sprocket lines up. I believe it goes timing mark straight up (or inline with engine.) But the bottom one I haven't been able to figure anything out. A picture or drawing would be great.

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