Re: cbr900 97
The adjustments are subtle, not one full turn anshit.
1. I am moving a screw to compensate for a divot in the L arm.
2. For every action there is an equal and opposite push on those plates.
3. The L arm takes the hammering to pivoting of both blades out of sync.
4. In order to resync the blades back is that of being the indent, not the spring.
5. If it was the spring turning loose, wouldn't it keep turning loose and fall out?
That was the mechanical part, where are we in the kinetic part or better known as compression drop. 30 hits and no answers. You are running wit the big boys no one can walk you thru this and how many manuals are out there?
Learn the hard way: Set the valves first. Check compression next. Set the sync tool to the highest compression. I filled you in on the rest... Do the work... keep thinking it out and walk away from it for a day... You'll get a different perspective.
NOLTT (cause it ain't my bike You're working on)