Re: timing a kitted za

Probably Fred /
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I wish I could have 4 or 5 of those^^ and for them to come with one year warranty. my biggest problem with flat or no curve ignition points I would like to be at 14.5 degrees at full rpm on a polini kit and be at 17.5 degrees at low rpm. Instead of straight flat no curve 16-16.5 degrees throwing heat and some hp into the pipe to keep head temps around 360 degrees @ WOT. Many kits like 18-19 degrees timing but temps don't start coming down until 17 degrees.

When set to 14-15 degrees my polini kits don't hit 300 degrees but much lost power.

Points are a comprise with a hi power kit and pipe

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