Hey guys, I posted another topic about my bike having issues starting, anyways it has lead me to taking off the valve cover and checking valve clearances and timing chain... I've got my piston at TDC on the compression stroke (both cam lobes are facing away from each other and I've got a punch in the cylinder which when I rotate the engine confirms the piston is at TDC) and the two notches on the timing hole are perfectly aligned with the "I" on the rotor. So i measured my valve clearances and all three of my intake valves have between .16-.17mm gap and my two exhaust valves have between .26-.27mm gap. The manual calls for .10-.15mm gap for the intake and .20-.25mm gap for exhaust. This would indicate that my valves are loose than. Ok so I will order some shims. Then I get to looking at how my cams marks are aligned with the cyclinder head surface and they are off. My bike has the auto decompression cam and I believe that changes how the exhaust cam marks line up from the stock exhaust cam right? My question is: do my cams look like they are lined up properly? my Intake cam marks should at least line up with the cylinder head cover when the timing hole marks are aligned with the "I" on the rotor right? because mine doesn't. Hopefully these pictures help with what I'm trying to describe.