some on lad its easy
yes to the time bottom end so pistons are halfway, plonk on head do everything up and then get a rod and put it into spark hole #1
then bring the crank pulley bit round so the rod rises (do it all slowly) and get a feel for where the rod is at its highest. then do belt up keeping the pulleys as steady as poss. rotate slowly to make sure everythings cool and recheck the timing and tighten the belt up.
or get matt to do it lmao
Thing is, I haven't got the cam cover which has the two little notches you line the cam shaft pullys up with? At the moment you can turn the cams so the lines nearly at the top but I think as the cam lobes are starting to open up the valves the mark kind of 'springs' round a little as the cam lobe obvioulsy compresses the tappet? Make sense?