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you should have a manual for reference . but first find tdc. under your clutch cover there is a m8 bolt remove it find a longer bolt grind it to a rounded point (bullet shape) pull the valve cover off, also one plug. make sure the timing marks on the cam gears are lined up. (pointing at each other). if you need to rotate the motor pull the plastic plug out of the stator cover, insert a allen wrench and rotate the motor to align the marks. once they are aligned, screw in your longer screw you made, it will lock into a hole in the crank. then slide a feelers gauge in between the cam and the valve cap. i beleave it should be between 4-8 thousands. i like to run mine at 5-6.
measure what you got. if its off pull the cams and pull the shim(a magnet works well)
under the shim should be a size, figure what you need to end up at 5-6 thousands clearance. if your not comfortable with that just mark on the cap what size space you have. with a sharpy, and take it to the shop. they should be able to do the math and hook you up. also mark which one went where. btw to remove the cams you have to remove the chain tensioner on the cylinder. but to answer your question its harder than a single overhead cam design. but if you have worked on motors ,its not that bad , but as i said you will need a manual. hope this helps