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Witch way does plastic points cog go on

Need to no how to time my gt 380 up after putting new points cog on can some one help thanks

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SOURCE: How do I set timing on 1976 suzuki gt 380

Send me your e mail address to jonathangreen123@btinternet.com I wrote an essay on how to solve your problem and ran into trouble getting this site to accept it. I'll tell you all you need to know. For goodness sake don't give the engine the slightest bit of throttle abuse until you have set the timing correctly. If you do, you run the risk of holing a piston.

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SOURCE: I have a 1976 suzuki gt 380. Iam trying to get it

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www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

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How do I set timing on 1976 suzuki gt 380


Send me your e mail address to jonathangreen123@btinternet.com I wrote an essay on how to solve your problem and ran into trouble getting this site to accept it. I'll tell you all you need to know. For goodness sake don't give the engine the slightest bit of throttle abuse until you have set the timing correctly. If you do, you run the risk of holing a piston.

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