Joined: Aug 2009
Location: Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
All that number one cylinder on compression stroke means is that the cylinder in number one bore is at the top of its stroke on compression [all valves on that cylinder are closed. This is very important for setting the timing and putting on the timing belt with all of the timing marks correctly aligned. All manuals will have a similar instruction. The factory manuals are a little harder to follow than some others. Just make sure you fully understand everything before starting work and you should be ok. Best of luck.
Aussie 1986 N12 PULSAR 24 years,250000km one owner, still going strong!
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