Re: Vespa Bravo Has Compression/Spark Won’t Start

Dirty30 Dillon /
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> Bob Loblaw Wrote:

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> You have to cut the crank to adjust timing. Check your points (I think I

> saw the inspection window on the flywheel)

No, you don't change your ignition timing via crank cutting, that's how you change your intake timing.

Points need to be gapped, and set. Most likely you've sheared or slipped the woodruff key.

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