Yumster, I see you're not a Moby person so don't read this. Bryan, here's my chance to ask you about something that's always bothered me. Isn't our Moby timing a combination of both the setting of the points and the orientation of the cam on the crank? I mean if the cam is not where it was in the beginning (at birth) then there's only so much one can do with adjusting the points to get that 2mm. If the cam's been removed and imprecisely re-installed how can you ever get correct timing and correct gap? And some have commented that with our worn engine we would be better off with 1.5mm. I've spent hours fiddling with this.
If I'm out of line on this thread or this forum, please forgive me.