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Cam chain tensioner

I adjusted me cct and not my bike won't start. 2001 Honda f4i
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

that sucks.

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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Do you have any suggestions on what it could be?
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Probably misadjusted it. Too loose can let the camchain jump time.
I guess worst case you gorilla tightened it and broke the chain
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

How would I know for sure if I jumped time and will I have to pull motor to get it bak in time if I did
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Cam cover would have to come off
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

So jusbpull fairings and cam cover? It's the right side correct?
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Tank. Air box. Left and right fairings. Loosen and rotate radiator forward. It's not worth skipping steps and trying to do it without removing these things
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Ok. There are timing marks?
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Yup. You should probably find an online service manual though.
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Yea I plan on it thanks
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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Pretty sure the CCT is non adjustable unless you have an aftermarket one. Are you sure that's what you "adjusted"

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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Yea its an aftermarket one
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Yea its an aftermarket one
Gotcha So what prompted the "adjustment"? Noise, performance loss, running issue? Generally, even the adjustable ones are set it and forget it. Did you loosen it too much when you undid the lock nut?

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Re: Cam chain tensioner

Noise. I didn't loosen it a lot but i did start it with the throttle position unplugged would that have any thing to do with it not starting now?
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