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Removing top end of the 2007 Suzuki Vincent 500

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I've taken the rocker cover off the motor I see that the timing chain goes all the way down to the crank how can I take the top end up with the chain well I need special tools and what with the torques specs be. I appreciate any input I can get

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Unbolt the sprocket from the came shaft then drop it down to remove the chain. Be sure to keep tension on the chain so it doesnt slip off the drive sprocket in the crank case. Engine needs to be TDC. However, before you do this work, I suggest you get a manual.

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