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What should the timing be set at for a 2003 wideglide with a dynatech ignition and 96 motor with 37g cam and ported heads. It carbed.?

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The timing should be set the same as it would be for a stock engine, 35° Max.

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I have a oz xe 4.1 lt 250 xflow motor which i have rebuilt and put flat top pistons in bored out 60 thou shaved yella terra head 15 thou and has a very mild cam after lining up timing marks the inlet


when setting up the valve timing it is always done on the exhaust stoke.. Place the piston on TDC and set the valve timing so that the exhaust valve is just closing and the inlet is just opening. Rocking the crank a bit before tdc to a bit after tdc will produce a movement where the exhaust starts to close as the inlet starts to open. This is known as valve rock or valve overlap. The cam modification is of no consequence as the as all that is modified is the valve duration , not when they open or close. With the cam now timed to the crank turn the crank 180 degrees and set the ignition timing to the degrees advanced recommended ( 10-12 degrees bftdc is recommended for starting). Place the HT leads in the correct firing order and when running use a timing light to adjust ignition timing. If you are fitting a new cam then you must bedding in grease and when the motor starts it has to be run at around 2.000rpms for around 10 minutes to set (harden) the cam lobes or else they will wear off very quickly.

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96 seaboo will not go full speed in water, but full rpm out of water


carbs need cleaning and check the pulse jet that squirts fuel on set off , fuel pump diaphrams ok ?

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When I try to pull start engine kiks back hard pulls the cort out of my hand and is spits out of the carb


you need to look very close at the flywheel key. If the engine has been apart then you should double check the cam to crank timing marks

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I have a 2003 harley davidson flhtc with the 96 motor with no spark ? ive replaced the module and the coil and still no spark ? im stumped


Hi Normmore2, if you have a CKP sensor it needs compression to send correct signal to the ICM/ECM, make sure both spark plugs are in heads and use a grounded third plug to check for spark or hold spark plug cable close to spark plug in head. If still not getting spark the usual suspects are:
1. Fouled spark plugs.
2. Battery voltage below 8.7 volts, loose or broken battery cables especially "GROUND" cable to frame.
3. Loose connection at ignition coil or plug between ignition sensor and module.
4. Spark plug cables in bad condition, shorting / leaking, spark plug cable connections loose.
5. Faulty ignition coil or ignition / electronic module
6. Failed CKP, CMP, MAP or BAS sensor.
7. Faulty ignition switch.
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81 honda accord runs real rough and backfiring out of carb


That is a car not a motorbike. Bikes only have 2 wheels. But you may want to set up the cam and ignition timing. it is only timing that will cause backfires.

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How do i time a 250 sx 3 wheeler


NOTES:
The cam gear has 2 holes opposite from each other, some have slash marks.
Those marks will be parellel with the head once the timing chain is on.
Both intake and exhaust valve will be closed.
If the lobes on the cam are up, then your 180 degrees out and need to flip it over

Assuming the jug is on , and motor is on TDC, install the head, hold the cam with the cam gear attached tand place it in the head with the lobes down in its place, look at the marks on the cam gear and keep them parellel with the head, put the timing chain over the cam gear carefully.
once the chain is on, check that the motor didn't move and is still on TDC, and that when you lay the cam all the way down, the cam gear marks are parellel with the head.

If the marks are parellel and motor is on TDC, now you can put your rockers back on and adjust your valve clearance. .03 intake .05 exhaust

Install you exhaust, intake , carb, etc and fire it up.

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Rebuilding a 1981 AMC 258 motor - Need modification advice


Depends how much of a power increase you want. For street use I would buy a header, carb and intake, cam, lifters and valve springs, in that order. Upgrade theignition if you can afford it. More (higher numerically) gear in the differential will work wonders! I'd suggest something in the mid 3's. 3.55, etc. Keep the shift point under 6000 rpm. I drag race a 72 Gremlin with a 401, so if you need any more AMC help, let me know.

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WONT START


Not so many reasons she won't start. 4-Strokes are Simple!

Here they are:

Motor:
Fuel Tank-> Fuel Line-> Fuel Filter-> Carb-> Intake (Valve)-> Piston-> Exhaust (Valve)-> Muffler

Carb (Old Style):
Fuel Side:
Fuel Bowl-> Float-> Needle Seat-> Fuel Ports (Venturi)
Air Side:
Air Filter-> Carb Air Intake-> Butterflies (2)
(Clean 'em ALL!)

Hardware (Motor):
Rotor (Magnets)-> Magneto (Ignition Coil)-> Spark Plug Wire-> Spark Plug-> Cylinder Head (Spark Plug Ground)

Ignition:
Kill Switches (Seat, Clutch, etc.)-> Spark Plug/Ignition Coil-> Ground
Key Ignition-> Battery->Starter/Generator

If one of those fail.......= Non-Starting 4-Stroke!

Fixes-
Fuel:
You are either getting too much, or too little. Too much = Carb.
Too little = Carb. Therefore, tear down the Carb (COMPLETELY-Careful!) and clean it up.

Electrical:
Grounding out the System (Kill Switches)
Battery-> Ignition-> Starter.
Magneto->Plug Wire->Plug (Check 'em all!)


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96 gmc 1500 4x4 with vortec motor


Timing is not adjustable. You do however need to turn the distributor to set the cam/crank correlation to keep the check engine light off. Although you need to hook it to a scanner to be able to set this.

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