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Adjust ignition timing gap

What should the air gap be between the flywheel and the ignition magneta?

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CLOSE! put two pieces of paper against the Flywheel, then put the Coil in place loosely. rotate flywheel until magnets hold the coil to the flywheel ( with paper in between) then tighten

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