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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would start by making sure your battery is fully charged then with the battery connected, use a multi meter to measure the amps going to the battery while you have someone hold the throttle steady at different rpms. then you can check the capacitor charge coil resistance I think its the black/red to brown/white 120 ohms black/red to ground infinity and white to ground zero ohms. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
There will be a couple sets of timing marks for your cam. The first and probably most important is the mark on the flywheel. On the top of the recoil cover, there is a bolt that can be removed to see the timing mark on the flywheel. The mark on the flywheel will be a "T". You will notice that the threads where the bolt was removed will have a point, kind of like an arrow that the "T" needs to be lined up with. Next there should be 2 dots on the camshaft gear. If the "T" is in the window, the dots should be at the top of the gear, and the piston should be at top dead center. The camshaft lobes will also be facing away from the valves. Hope this helps, Daniel.
Posted on Nov 04, 2011
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