So, in my other thread I described the ordeal in getting the old compensator nut off. Mission accomplished - finally. Now I've followed the instructions and installed the new rotor, shaft extension, disc springs, sliding cam, thrust washer, and sprocket retainer. Double checked that they're in the right order and nothing's slipped or binding. Installed the new screw and here's where I have a question that I need answered before I proceed any further and button up the primary. The instructions state: "Rotate the compensating sprocket to make sure there is a light pressure on the sprocket from the springs. No clearance should be felt. A slight rotation should be possible by hand with the transmission in neutral." I can rotate the sprocket but it's pretty tough and only moves 1/2 inch or so. Spark plugs are out so it's not an issue of fighting cylinder compression. No binding or unusual noises. I just expected it to rotate more. There's no in or out movement so I guess that's the "no clearance should be felt" part of it. Also, the whole assembly rotates - cam, rotor, even the screw installed last. Is that correct and normal? I just want to double check with the experienced minds here on the forum before I close everything up and hit the starter button for the first time. Thanks!