I thought I'd share with everyone how I adjusted one of my intake valves. The only specialty tools you would need is the timing pin 020719Y which you can get from AF1 Racing.
After taking off the head cover take the crankshaft to top dead center rotating the rear tire in 6th gear (Tip: put it in 6th gear the night before, much easier with engine running) note the position of the cam lobes.(for front cylinder only)
Then install the timing pin through the camshaft in the opposite side you will be adjusting, the pin pushed in about 2 1/8", I had to rotate the motor a little to find that sweet spot to get the pin to drop in. Yellow arrow pointing at timing pin.
I marked the gears with white out so there would be no mistakes reinstalling the cam shaft.
Remove the 8 bolts holding the cam cap and carefully lift the cam cap out without disturbing anything.
View with cam cap removed.
The cam shaft lifts easily out.
Remove the bowl tappet with a magnet to reveal the timing shim.
View of timing shim removed.
Bowl tappet and timing shim.
Then do the math on what size shim you need and reverse the order to reinstall and be 100% sure you install the camshaft in the same groove.
The cam cap does need to be pre tightened to 4.90-6.86 Nm in this sequence then to 9.81-12.75 Nm, I also prelubed all the moving parts with motor oil and used Permatex Motoseal on the head cover.