Question about Motorcycles
Timing is mostly fixed on electronic ignitions.
You can check with a timing light under the
right side cover. There will be"T" and "F" marks.
"F" is for ignition timing. The "T" is for valve
timing which is more complex and requires a
shop manual. As you speed up the engine the
timing mark "F" will move to full advance
controlled by the timing advance unit on the end
of the crankshaft by the timing marks. It should
not be seized either.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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