When you remove the chain, compress it so that it is as short as it can be and measure the distance from the furthest pins in a straight line. This should be the new length as the pins won't be worn on that side.Just look at that stretch!!! Not much more and i`d be collecting engine bits....
I wouldn't mind betting, given the 160+ hp the 1130 Tornado has on tap, that the chain should be changed closer to 25,000 km than 38,000 km. It isn't a standard TNT 1130.38000km on the clocks, original camchain.
Yep, if you want to time the valves perfectly, you'll need the cam sprockets from the LE or the earliest of the 900 Tornados. The angle can be adjusted in each. You'll need to know the crank angle and cam lobe positions to adjust them. All fully explained in the Tornado workshop manual.I wouldn't take too much notice of those marks lining up perfectly
Vastly different engine in the 1130 TNT. It doesn't rev anywhere near as much.I believe the 1130 TNT manual said 40k was the interval?
I generally replace the moving guide every two chains in my 900 Tornado.Funny thing is, the chain sliders looked like new, no visible wear on them, go figure.