Originally Posted by bill buttermore
Other than looking for the broken woodruff key, not much else to do but put it back together. Check the interrupter magnet on the back side of the cam gear to see if there is any extra metal attached and to make sure it is in good shape. This is a perfect time to change the magnet if it is not 100%. Inspect the chain and gear teeth carefully for damage. If all is OK, loctite the bolt, torque it properly, button it up and rock on. These are not interference motors, so no piston/valve damage should have occurred.
non-interference, thats good news. thanks bill.
i did notice a small notch that the key took out of the cam gear. i had to order a new one, should be here tomorrow.
while i have the tc and accessory bracket off, i cleaned them and was going to paint. i know the accessory bracket will be fine, but is there any negative effects on painting the tc?