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A timing tool, also called an ignition micrometer, is a tool used to measure the how far the piston is from [[TDC]]. They are usually used to aid in [[Ignition timing|setting the ignition timing]]. Proper ignition timing tools can be purchased from [http://www.treatland.tv treats] or some scooter or motorcycle shops, or you can [[Homemade timing tool|make your own]].
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A timing tool, also called an ignition micrometer, is a tool used to measure the how far the piston is from [[TDC]]. They are usually used to aid in [[Ignition timing|setting the ignition timing]]. Proper ignition timing tools can be purchased from [http://www.treatland.tv treats] or some scooter or motorcycle shops, or you can [[Homemade timing tool|make your own]] <br>[[Homemade Puch dial indicator (Timing tool)|Or here]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:18, 22 March 2016

A timing tool, also called an ignition micrometer, is a tool used to measure the how far the piston is from TDC. They are usually used to aid in setting the ignition timing. Proper ignition timing tools can be purchased from treats or some scooter or motorcycle shops, or you can make your own
Or here.