Question about Yamaha RD 350 Motorcycles
Put a fingernail file between the point contacts then press the contact arm down lightly as you move the file in and out. Filing the points gives a new surface to pitted contacts. The standard gap is .015. I assume you have a timing light to set the timing. For parts, try the link below.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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