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S2 Ep. 9: Installing Camshafts and Setting Engine Timing

We'll make sure you know how to get your engine correctly timed.

With the Yamaha SVHO engine put back together, Joe Keene just needs to finish installing the camshafts and ensure the engine timing is correct before getting this jet ski engine back in the hull. Watch to find out what tips and tricks you’ll need to know about setting the timing chain and camshafts up properly for good performance.

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