Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - Zurcher

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> el pollo Wrote:

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> > cool motor, more details will be appreciated. my guess is crank

> seals.

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> > timing anywhere is close enough. are u spinning it the right way?

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> its a 2t. as long as timing is right it runs in either direction.

true, two strokes dont care as long as u can adjust timing, theres the rub... i've tried by accident many a time to start a motor the wrong way

and i've gotton the ocasional pop just like the op. Now upon realizing the mistake the motor fires right up.

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  Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherTopic by: kenneth Winter kenneth Winter 02/13/20 11:30AM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Probably Fred Probably Fred 02/13/20 11:37AM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: el pollo el pollo 02/13/20 12:09PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 02/13/20 12:28PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: kenneth Winter kenneth Winter 02/13/20 12:55PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Graham Motzing Graham Motzing 02/13/20 12:59PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 02/13/20 02:12PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: kenneth Winter kenneth Winter 02/13/20 12:59PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: kenneth Winter kenneth Winter 02/13/20 12:52PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: kenneth Winter kenneth Winter 02/13/20 12:57PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: el pollo el pollo 02/13/20 01:01PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Pushrod Fifty Pushrod Fifty 02/14/20 09:44AM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: Aaron Blair Aaron Blair 02/14/20 09:58AM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: el pollo el pollo 02/14/20 11:45AM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: pat splat pat splat 02/14/20 01:53PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: el pollo el pollo 02/14/20 06:10PM
  Re: Static timing and points gap for 1940s 2 stoke, low compression engine - ZurcherRe: pat splat pat splat 02/15/20 09:37AM

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