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cbr900rr camshaft removal.

Just about to do my valve shims. Is it required to remove the camshaft sprockets to remove the camshafts to get the timing chain off.

As I've backed my cct of but still haven't enduced enough slack for the chain to come of the sprockets
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Re: cbr900rr camshaft removal.

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Just about to do my valve shims. Is it required to remove the camshaft sprockets to remove the camshafts to get the timing chain off.

As I've backed my cct of but still haven't enduced enough slack for the chain to come of the sprockets
No, the sprockets do not need to come off, however the cam holders do. Once the cam holders are off the tension from the compressed valve springs is released and the cam will "pop up" so to speak. A little rotation of the cam while popped up will get even more slack in the chain, enough for you to maneuver it out from the chain. Just be careful not to damage the aluminum surfaces with the heavy steel camshaft. Good luck sir

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Re: cbr900rr camshaft removal.

cheers doohnan , always good to see you reply
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