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Ferracci flywheel install and timing

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I am wondering where to line up the coils on the flywheel when the engine is at TDC on the horizontal cylinder. I called ferracci and they said if I sent MY MOTOR to them they could help me. Otherwise they couldn't tell me. My question is what to I line my coil pickups to on the flywheel where are the magnetic pickup on the flywheel and the coil pickups lining up? Thanks!It sounds as if you have not installed the flywheel yet. I installed a lightweight Nichols Flywheel on a 2000 Monster 750 earlier this year. I have sense sold that bike and gave the paperwork instruction away with it. From the picture you have supplied they look exactly the same from what I remember. Again, this is working off memory. There is only one possible way for the flywheel itself to fit into the bike. There is an alignment peg (for a lack of a better name) that aligns the flywheel with the electrode. The instructions are clear about not moving or changing the electrode spacing, location or existing relationship. Long story short, it was pretty much plug and play and I did not have to do anything with TDC. I understand it is a different brand, and it might be different, but...... By the way, I loved the flywheel upgrade.,,,

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