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Per the manual the valves were to be loose when I removed the head when I replaced the timing chain. However I didn't read that until now and I am putting it all back together. I have it at TDC, but no clue where the stoke is now. Any suggestions on getting it on the right stroke?
 

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So looking at some post Rhino’s have a lost spark ignition system. It fires once for every revolution of the crankshaft, so I guess it doesn’t matter where it’s at.
Just asking if some can confirm this. I have a 2007 660.
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That is correct, this is a lost spark system, so it doesn't matter which stroke you're on. Make sure you turn the engine by hand a bunch of revolutions once you have installed the cam cover and chain tensioner to make sure there are no piston to valve clearance issues.
 
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