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Hi need to know timing settings for 110cc engine

Hi my brother had a pity 110cc dad took the sparkplug out as punishment lol so he found 1 tht fits and screwed it all the way in obv a car 1 , that would ov stuck in tht far the piston hit the plug and the bent over bit of the plug got snapped off and timing jumped made a nice crunchingsound my unkle took head off and extracted the peice now we dont know the timing

plz help in dire need loncin 110cc
on the floor in bits

had 600 quid on parts on it every thing on
it is genuine thumpstar parts
all round

And i payed 100£!!
coz he couldnt be bovvered any more

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  • john paterson Apr 26, 2009

    i bought a motorbike that had been trasformed and had a 110cc pitbike engine put in it, i just bought a pitbike and it needed a new piston so i took it out the other engine but i hav never set timing on a 4stroke chain timed engine.

    i am looking to find out what marks i need to use to set the timing



    can any1 help???

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Put magneto on <T>top,take off head and place piston till flush with head,place top end back onput timming chain back on and cog with dot facing right between the two markers nw the valves r shut,happy treking

Posted on May 14, 2009

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    This tip is quick, simple and to the point! Thx!

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The °mark on the cam sprocket has to mark the > at the head AND the T-mark on the flywheel has to line up with the > on the bottom

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