Good morning everyone! Last night I was able to spend some time tinkering around again. With the startor removed as well as round cam cover off, I was able to actually understand how the adjuster works. On my 1979 version, I removed the adjuster cap (next to the oil drain plug) and unscrewed the adjuster screw. The cam chain tensioner has two springs internally and a black plastic/rubber tip on it. I also have the adjust screw and lock nut on the side of the engine. Just describing because I'm not sure all years are the same or not. What I did notice was that prior to disassembling, there was quite a bit of slack when turning the stator by hand at Valve Overlap. I checked it all out, cleaned up a few things, then reassembled, and finally adjusted. Took out quite a bit of slack and looks like it's still within correct parameters - it's almost like someone previously managed to adjust incorrectly and left it really slack. Next steps are the put everything back together, fill it with oil, and start it back up. My plan is to re-adjust the valves cold and then re-adjust the cam chain tensioner while hot. Probably should timing as well. Anything I'm missing at this point? If not, will update this weekend most likely.