timing

VespaCIAO /
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I was always under the impression that timing had to be set on mopeds too. A friend of mine the other day was saying that the timing cant be off on a moped because its only one cylinder. I wasn't sure so i figured I would as yall. I also have a delima. The moped sparks good, and fires but wont start. There is gas because it drips out of the exhaust port because there is no muffler. What could be the problem and what can I try to fix it. By the way its on my 1974 Vespa Piaggio CIAO.

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  timingTopic by: VespaCIAO VespaCIAO 06/01/02 02:50AM
  Re: timingRe: DOUGLS SCHOLL DOUGLS SCHOLL 06/01/02 07:32AM
  Re: timingRe: bruce bruce 06/01/02 01:20PM
  Re: timingRe: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 06/01/02 04:54PM
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  Re: timingRe: Fred Fred 06/01/02 10:54PM
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  Re: timingRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/03/02 11:39AM
  Re: timingRe: Chris Rice Chris Rice 06/02/02 11:23PM
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