Re: timing

bruce /
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Fred, There is not an F mark or a T mark on a Ciao and I think the manual is saying that' yes the timing can change by means of a worn heel or worn points and must be set, this is the only adjustment there is. Are there not other ways to change the timing like turning a distributor ? I wish the Ciao did have timing marks so you could get it more accurate.bruce

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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: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/03/02 11:39AM
  Re: timingRe: Chris Rice Chris Rice 06/02/02 11:23PM
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