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    Ha.....actually I set a 1/4' drive ratchet extension in the hole and put the tip of the dial indicator down in the end of the extension. good enough to watch the dial move!!


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    Lol i have the yamaha one but is kind of short i just order this one
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    I try the alarm it beep twice and same thing . I check tps reading per sm it says 762 +/-16 so is with standard already started timing check again
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    Timing marks pics
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    Your timing is spot on! You might possibly have a bad ecm. At this point I would reassemble and try this. Get a helper, crank it while holding throttle about 1/4 open and shoot a little carb cleaner in it at the same time. See if that makes it spit and pop or take off running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sucio7 View Post

    I try the alarm it beep twice and same thing . I check tps reading per sm it says 762 +/-16 so is with standard already started timing check again
    The YDS shows the Injectors at 0.00 - should they not be opening when starting? You said fuel pressure was good but I believe there is away that you can check the injectors are operating. Maybe someone here can chime in and tell us again what to check for, I believe its a quick and easy check to see if they are working right.
    We are all assuming your fuel is good with no contamination etc.
    Only other thing if timing and ECU is good that I can think of is that the spark is not happening at the right time on the compression stroke, again someone who has experience in this can chime in.

    I will watch with interest,

    Dave

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    there was a ski this summer which quit running finnally after a lot of searching they found it wasnt getting not fuel. a wire had warren through in the wiring.

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    yes thats the cam im waiting on tool to make sure my piston is in full tdc. i can see the piston making sur is not a tooth off

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    yds was not on cranking ,i wanted to see what my tps sensore was reading

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    Here a screen shot of the video the way i check the injectors. The meta plate show me the fuel fan or patern Wich ever ya understand



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