Re: timing

Ron Brown /
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Bruce,

You can check the timing by measuring the piston height.

Most peds fire at 1-2 mm before top dead center. You can check this with a dial guage, or, if you are carefull, you can put marks on a wooden dowel.

This will not tell you what the timiong should be, but at least you will have a reference point for making changes.

Ron

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