1 - 20 of 34 Posts

Joined

·
6,199 Posts

It does this by moving the rotor forward with an offset key.

There's very mixed reviews as to whether or not it's worth the effort.

ac

Joined

·
7,347 Posts

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

is F mark acurate to put cams back in if you have offset key?

I know you are just toying with us...

I wouldnt think the F mark would be accurate any more. You have offset the rotor 4 degrees to the crank therefore you offset the whole thing. Now, the better question is this: With the crank offset 4 degrees and set to F, does it really matter since I dont think 1 tooth on the cam sprocket is less than 4 degrees? In other words, how many degrees does each tooth represent?

ac

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

36 teeth on each cam.18 teeth on crank.crank turns twice for each cam turn.avc8130 said:In other words, how many degrees does each tooth represent?

ac

4 degree on crank is how many on cam?

Joined

·
84 Posts

8.

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

no wonder you can't find arrow on wheel ;Dubermensch said:

Joined

·
84 Posts

edit...can't be 4. 2. Good think I know how to write a check for my sv needs.

Joined

·
84 Posts

You can figure out the degrees without looking at the number of teeth. Each degree on the crank is .5 degree on the cam. 4 degrees x .5 = 2.donniej said:I don't want to be the retard here (which I sometimes am...) but if there's 36 teeth and 360 degrees in a circle, then wouldn't one tooth = 10 degrees?

Since the crank has half the teeth would it be twice the number (20 degrees)?

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

does rear wheel sprocket turn countershaft sprocket or other way around?donniej said:I don't want to be the retard here (which I sometimes am...) but if there's 36 teeth and 360 degrees in a circle, then wouldn't one tooth = 10 degrees?

Since the crank has half the teeth would it be twice the number (20 degrees)?

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

you feel in for me when I am on vacation ;DMaritan said:Hey Zoran - what prize do I win for the correct answer?

T

Joined

·
0 Posts

what would happen if crank has 20 teeth instead 18?ubermensch said:You can figure out the degrees without looking at the number of teeth. Each degree on the crank is .5 degree on the cam. 4 degrees x .5 = 2.

ac

1 - 20 of 34 Posts

Join the discussion

Suzuki SV650 Riders Forum

A forum community dedicated to Suzuki SV650 owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, racing, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!

Full Forum Listing
Recommended Communities

Join now to ask and comment!