Re: Crankshaft position and timing

Mike Boyd /
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Based on that drawing and the rotation of the crank, looks like position 2 is where you want to fire because it is BEFORE Top Dead Center as the crank is rotating. Position 1 would be as the piston is traveling back down so would be AFTER Top Dead Center in the stroke

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