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Larry /
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David,

Because the wire from the coil to the condensor (flywheel) had been cut, I had to use an electrical connector thingy to make the wire long enough to reach the condensor. I used one of those quick connector type fittings. Could this connection weaken the electrical flow enough to cause the bike not to turn over? I'm not sure what is meant by a "fat spark". I get a blue spark, but not what I would consider "fat". Also, if I removed the cylinder to replace the rings, etc., would the timing automatically be off?

TIA,

Larry

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  Help me....Motobecane engine saga continues...Topic by: Larry Larry 08/04/02 12:28AM
  Re: Help me....Motobecane engine saga continues...Re: david f martin david f martin 08/04/02 12:50AM
  More info....Re: Larry Larry 08/04/02 10:12AM
  Re: More info....Re: Fred Fred 08/04/02 10:47AM
  Re: More info....Re: Larry Larry 08/04/02 10:52AM
  Re: More info....Re: Fred Fred 08/04/02 11:05AM
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