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2005 GILERA SMT 50CC.IS THE MARK ON FLYWHEEL TDCAS THIS IS MISSING ON THIS BIKE

THE FLYWHEEL TIMING MARK THERE IS NO PONTER ON PLASTIC COVER EITHER ON THIS ENGINE IS MISSING,CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE MARK REPRESENTED

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The flywheel is keyed to the crankshaft so it can only be fitted in one position. the timing marks are on the stator (behind the flywheel) and the cranckcase. The timing can't ever be that far out as there is a limited amount of movement of the stator, it is fitted with three screws in slotted holes. To clarify, with the plastic cover off, remove the flywheel-you will need a puller, don't lose the key out of the shaft keyway, you can then see the three screws that hold the stator in position. the timing marks are a line on the stator and an arrow on the aluminium crankcase- loosen the screws turn the stator so that these marks align. retighten screws refit flywheel.

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SOURCE: setting the timing? marks on flywheel where??

think most bikes time from the statas plate behind fly wheel , bikes ive worked on have a woodruf key and the flywheel slides on that to stop fly wheel spining on crank

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SOURCE: gear box oil my bike cuts out at top speeds

the gear box oil does not go anywhere.it helps to lubricate the gear surface.its located at the rear .pls check your carb and spark plug.if two item is o.k check your engine block is there any crack at your engine

Posted on May 11, 2009

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