Re: timing a kitted za

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Well that one has just one timing curve.

So it time it the same way, note it will be at max advance in the 2,000 rpm to 4,700 rpm range/ it should line up both timing marks at max advance in that RPM rang check it with timing light.

It will retard timing as the rpm higher.

So same thing start at 1.6mm piston down BTDC and tune/jet it in!

Then work your way up watching you temp's plug chops/jetting, don't run with more than 2.1mm of piston down=23 degs BTDC MAX in the 2,000 rpm to 4,700 rpm range.

This CDI fits lots of shit some with much longer strokes.

The longer stroke engines will need the piston further down BTDC say 3.4+mm to achieve 23 degs BTDC on setup.

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