Sorry I have not replied to your email I have not been on TMF for some time. I thought I would put the 2.4mm valve lift cam timing guide that I used on the forum for others.
1. Set the cylinder no.1 to TDC using a DTI gauge.
2. Set the DTI gauge up on the inlet cam. Make sure that the pointer axis is parallel to the valve. (It is important to get an accurate measurement - DTI (Dial Test Indicator) gauges are precise measurement equipment that measure graduations in 0.001mm.
3. Ensure the DTI pointer is on the back of the cam bucket. (DTI needs to have a long thin pointer attachment or it will foul on the cam lobe and give an incorrect reading)
4. Rotate the Inlet camshaft clockwise using a 19mm spanner from its base circle until a lift of 2.4mm* has been achieved.
5. Repeat the same process for the Exhaust camshaft but this time rotate the Exhaust camshaft anti-clockwise.
*2.4mm is base set up for the 1200 range 16v RS cams and standard 8v cams. Note: For LT 16v cams 2.0mm should be used.
This information is a guide - use at your own risk!
Always be very careful when independently turning the crankshaft or camshafts to ensure that your valves do not come into contact with one another or the pistons. If you get any resistance stop and investigate!
Hope all are well :)