2006 Arctic Cat DVX Utility 250 Service Manual, Page 38Get this manual

2006 Arctic Cat DVX Utility 250 Service Manual, Page 38

Top-Side Components NOTE: For efficiency, it is preferable to remove and disassemble only those components which need to
to top-dead-center of the compression strokeNOTE: Arctic Cat recommends the use of new gaskets, lock nuts, and seals and
lubricating all internal components when servicing the enginetransmission 3Using crisscross pattern, loosen the four nuts
securing the camshaft holder to the cylinder headUse 2-3 steps until the nuts are all free; then remove the camshaft holderAccount
for four washers and two alignment pins 1Remove the cap screws securing the cylinder head coverAccount for the O-ring 4Remove
the camshaft gear from the cam chain; then secure the timing chain so it will not fall into the engineRemove the camshaftKM703
NOTE: Keep the mounting hardware with the cover for assembly purposes 5Remove the two external cap screws securing the cylinder