If it weren't for the red x's, it'd be an awesome start. I know a pretty fair amount BUT putting the cams actually IN has become the problem. I already broke and had to get replaced a cam bearing. What I need is a full write up about putting them in to begin with. I can find the nose of the cam and all that. I just can't get the damned things in properly to begin with. Where I'm messing up I think, is where the lines on the cam end itself line up with the top of the head. It seems to be wrong because on TDC, the cam lobes would push open the valves on the intake side of #1. When I put it off of that, I get a binding effect and I don't want that obviously. How many pins go between which numbers? Here I'm reffering to the 1 2 and 3 dots on the adjustable sprockets. Which dot goes on top? The one dot, two dots, or three dots, when I'm putting them in? Why does my cam chain tensioner feel too stiff as I'm putting the spring and plunger back into it? I'm just having some problems that I'm sure are cake to some, but as I mentioned in my busa build thread, I have never done these kinds of cams before. I watched Tombo Racing videos and still can't seem to perfect it since he's doing a Gen II motor.