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What is the ignition timing on my 2001/2002 b12 kmx i need the TDC position and the BDC position as i dont have a manual

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How to adjust travel


1 intake down
2 compress up
3 power stroke down
4 exhaust up




if you start with you start with the piston just a couple of degrees past TDC (top dead center) so that it has started its return down


now set the valves so they are closed:
if you have an adjustable valve clearance's then your clearances should be noticeable like 10 thousands ( you should be able to move the lifter ( rocker arm ) and it will be loose up and down


with the spark plug still out; so you can see the piston coming to TDC and passing it to come down


turn the flywheel and watch the strokes and the condition of the valves


1 just past tdc, the intake valve opens and the piston goes down for the intake stroke


2. jst as the piston comes around BDC the intake valve should close and return to tdc with all valves closed ( the compression stroke )


3 just past TDC the ignition will fire and the piston will return down with both valves closed( the power stroke)


4 just past BDC the exhaust valve opend , the piston travels up and completes the exgaust stroke.




and after completing the exhause stroke and arriving at tdc the intake valve opens and you start over again 1,2,3,4

Sep 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Is it top dead center or bottom


Top dead center and bottom dead center also known as ( TDC) and (BDC) Are two different positions of the piston while an engine is running. TDC is where the piston is as high as it can go in the cylinder and BDC is as low as the piston can go in the cylinder.

May 21, 2011 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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My crank shaft is rotating twise the crank shaft. HOW MY 1342 FIRING WILL OCCURE?, I can spare only 30 digree for charge and spark plug contact. THERE ARE ONLY 2+2 CYLINDER. 180 DIGREE APPART KINDLY REPLY...


Your crankshaft turns 2x times the camshaft. Put it this way as # 1 cylinder reaches TDC (top dead center) of the firing/compression stroke, and this will be after a (8 degs BTDC) spark to ignite the air/fuel mix, the # 3 cyl. will be at BDC of the intake stroke and as #1 begins its power down stroke, (during explosion of air/fuel mix), #3 begins its compression up stroke, the #4 cyl. will be coming down with #1 cyl. but #4 will be in the beginning of its intake down stroke, and #2 cyl. will be coming up with #3 but #2will be in its BDC of the exhaust stroke. Which has just fired previously to #1. 1342134213421342 etc. Now the cam turns to open / close the valves; In the outline above, #1 cyl. valves will both be closed. #3 cyl. will have the intake starting to close at this point. #4 cyl. will just be starting to open its intake valve, and #2 will be starting to open its exhaust valve. Is all this clear as mud? So as the crank makes one full rotation (in a 4cyl. engine) only the firing of one cylinder has happened.and at every rotation one cyl. will fire. So #1 at TDC then one full rotation, #1 back at TDC, but this TDC is half of its 4 cycles, (1)Intake, (2)compression, (3)power, (4)exhaust. this 1234 refers to the 4 cycles of the rotation not firing order.

Oct 31, 2010 | 2008 Volkswagen Jetta

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No compression


Yes - I suspect your cam is 90 degrees out of time. This will have all the valve events happening at BDC rather than TDC - which equals zilch on the compression guage.

If the cam and crank are not marked, proceed from first principals - pick a cylinder. Position the piston at TDC on that cylinder. Rotate the cam until BOTH valves are off their seats. This is the overlap at the end of the exhaust stroke. The engine is now timed well enough to run - it cannot be more than 1 tooth out in either direction.

You will need to ensure that the ignition is timed also.

Oct 06, 2009 | Farmall Cub Tractor Radiator

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Need to know how to time honda harmony tiller


well
heres your 4 strokes

1 intake down
2 compress up
3 power stroke down
4 exhaust up


if you start with you start with the piston just a couple of degrees past TDC (top dead center) so that it has started its return down

now set the valves so they are closed:
if you have an adjustable valve clearance's then your clearances should be noticeable like 10 thousands ( you should be able to move the lifter ( rocker arm ) and it will be loose up and down

with the spark plug still out; so you can see the piston coming to TDC and passing it to come down

turn the flywheel and watch the strokes and the condition of the valves

1 just past tdc, the intake valve opens and the piston goes down for the intake stroke

2. jst as the piston comes around BDC the intake valve should close and return to tdc with all valves closed ( the compression stroke )

3 just past TDC the ignition will fire and the piston will return down with both valves closed( the power stroke)

4 just past BDC the exhaust valve opend , the piston travels up and completes the exgaust stroke.


and after completing the exhause stroke and arriving at tdc the intake valve opens and you start over again 1,2,3,4

Apr 14, 2009 | Honda Garden

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Put new piston rings in but dont know the timming marks for it does anyone know


Here is the manual which should give you all you need regarding your bike so rate me if it helps you thanks....

http://www.husqvarnaracingclub.cz/images/home/ohqv/manualy/2003/Workshop/2003%20TE610E-SM610S.pdf

TDC spark 0 deg
exhaust opens: 91deg [89 deg before BDC]
BDC 180 deg [1/2 turn]
intake opens: 310 deg [50 deg before TDC]
TDC lost spark: 360 deg [1 turn]
exhaust closes: 400 deg [40 deg after TDC]
BDC 540 deg [1 1/2 turns]
intake closes: 617 deg [77 deg before TDC]
TDC spark 720 deg = 0 deg [2 turns]
here are some important couple of links...
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=141762&highlight=Husky+Husqvarna
more on proper nut and bolt securing.....
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=156429&page=244

Apr 02, 2009 | 2000 Husqvarna TE 610

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