Question about Suzuki RM 250 Motorcycles
This is taken verbatim from the Clymer's manual for 81 - 88 rm 125 - 250's. "The ignitiion timing is preset and does not need periodic adjustment. The timing should only need to be checked if the stator assembly has been removed for engine repair or ignition repair." If you did install a new stator, the manual has a picture which shows the rib of the case aligned approximately in the middle of the stator timing mark.If you're still unsure, I would invest in a manual as "If the stator timing mark and the rib are not aligned, ignition timing will be incorrect. Incorrect timing can easily cause serious engine damange as well as lack of performance."
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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