Question about Motorcycles
I have changed the alternator and rotor on my 02 triumph tt600. Now my bike will not start at all and misfires I would be grateful of any advice thank you
Posted by Anonymous on
Where the source, lighting and pick-up coil plate are bolted onto the crankcase housing, there should be a mark to indicate optimum position of timing. Generally this provides about 6 degrees of rotation from advanced to retarded timing. If no mark is visible set at the center of allowable movement. Too far Advanced timing will result in possible blowback into induction and Retarded timing causes backfiring into exhausts and very lumpy running. Hopefully the previous problem you had to replace the components have not caused damage to the electronic management system.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is difficult. I'm sure that somehow you have lost the ignition timing. What I'm not sure of is how this might have happened.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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