Got proof ?

Fred /
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No sir... most small engines are NOT .020" point gaps

They are .012" to .016" .... like I said.

I've got a book right here with the tune specs for hundreds of models (2 strokes) listed in it .

Only about 3 models list a gap as high as even .018"

(and that is the maximum of their range... not the median)

The lowest of any are some old Yamaha's at. 008"

(and that is the lowest of the range)

98 percent of all these small 2 strokes range to exactly what I said....012" to .016"

That's.... Lambretta's, Yamaha's, Suzuki's, Kawasaki, Bridgestone, Allstate (Puch), Sachs, Vespa and many lesser names.

Now do you have PROOF of ANY small 2 strokes with .020" recommended point gaps ??

The important thing is to get the timimg correct like it says below.

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  baretta tune-up/rebuild manualsTopic by: Paul Paul 02/21/01 02:43AM
  Re: baretta tune-up/rebuild manualsRe: Fred Fred 02/21/01 02:56PM
  Re: baretta tune-up/rebuild manualsRe: Paul Paul 02/21/01 06:45PM
  Not me (on the manual)Re: Fred Fred 02/21/01 07:07PM
  Re: baretta tune-up/rebuild manualsRe: Michael Michael 02/21/01 04:49PM
  Got proof ?Re: Fred Fred 02/21/01 05:37PM
  Re: Got proof ?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 02/22/01 10:59AM
  gaps n timingRe: Fred Fred 02/22/01 03:07PM
  Re: Got proof ?Re: Michael Michael 02/22/01 05:29PM
  Re: Got proof ?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 02/22/01 08:37PM
  Basic Troubleshooting and Tune-UpRe: Fred Fred 02/21/01 05:46PM
  Re: Basic Troubleshooting and Tune-UpRe: gimmejimmie gimmejimmie 02/21/01 06:06PM
  Re: Basic Troubleshooting and Tune-UpRe: Fred Fred 02/21/01 07:00PM
  Re: Not me (on the manual)Re: gimmejimmie gimmejimmie 02/21/01 08:34PM
  Re: Not me (on the manual)Re: moby moby 02/21/01 11:33PM
  Re: Not me (on the manual)Re: david f martin david f martin 02/26/01 08:04PM

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