Honda: INNOVA125i(2010); CBR250R(2013)
I would try to test more options before I state that the problem is in the tensioner.Mechanic replaced my cct and timing-chain 1500km ago and the sound is back again
You claim that mechanic replace your CCTensioner.
You should have warranty for that repair, yes?
Yes it is possible. To do this you need to remove the plug, look through the hole of the plug into the combustion chamber and see the piston when it reaches the top. If the fuel tank is not removed, a mirror can be useful. Also you can push a rod (plastic rod? One that will not damage the cylinder) into the plug hole and know TDC by the height of the rod. It is also possible to pinpoint the TDC if you look at the T-Mark.... so I am going to go manual. You didn't mentioned it but reading the manual its says to put the piston in TDC compression stroke, is there a way to know/feel the compression stroke without opening the valves cover?