Well finally got it done today, thanks to Erik(skaarew) and Mark for lending their much appreciated help today. I'd also like to thank Nick(Air_Ram) for his advice, and especially Chris(03ramit1) for the tons of tips and taking my multiple phone calls through out the day, you were a HUGE help Chris!! Anyway it's been raining here all day so I really can't tell much, but it does seem to pull much harder above 4000 RPM's then it did before. I really haven't been able to give it full throttle with it raining, it just starts spinning even at 60-65 so I'll have to wait until it dries out before I'll know. We zip tied the piss out of the sprockets and chain before we took it apart, and Erik was cool enough to hold the sprocket tight for about 15 minutes while we pulled the cam plate off, R&R the cam and put the cam plate back on. Here's a pic.....
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