Re: 929 rr starts but doesn't ride after chain tensionner replacement
Pulse rotor is 180° out? That's my guess. Why-how? ECU is counting pulses as a numbered-ping-count. So count wise it starts. Rev wise, the cams are 180° out. I'd pop the valve cover, set the cams to 1-4 T mark, note my pulse rotor arm is going to sweep past the sensor. If it is pointing away from the sensor? Make sense?
My cam lobes are.... No.1 Left cylinder, the cam lobe toes are facing out towards the exhaust and intake side, respectively. If I see #1 cam lobes facing each other or towards the spark plug, it's 180° out.