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Hello,
When horizontal cylinder is at TDC compression stroke, the vertical cylinder is at 90 degrees past TDC intake stroke as mentioned here at 10:22

https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&sour...X2rE0g-H-aaanERtA&sig2=GB1kHC7b7CgDWvGfgN9jlQ

So when Chris turns the crank shaft clockwise (backward) 90 degrees to bring the piston of vertical cylinder to TDC, wouldn't be actually TDC intake stroke?

If so, is it OK to adjust the belt tension of vertical cylinder at TDC INTAKE STROKE, vs TDC COMPRESSION STROKE?
As he doing here at min 8:00

https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&sour...omi41wHIKyddMw0aA&sig2=Tl4DcKlbvQJ2u8G6rpEUcA


Please let me know, if once horizontal cylinder is at TDC compression stroke, if I turn the crank shaft counter clockwise, 270 degrees, would that bring the vertical cylinder to TDC compression stroke?
Many Thanks!
 
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