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the only issue is getting the spark timed with the piston/crank. Not having the tool that the manual says to use makes it a little diffcult, I used a method that made perfect sense to me. First, I took the head off, then found what appeared to be TDC of the compression stroke. Here I laid a flat piece of bar stock over the bore and took a measurement between the bar stock and the piston (.016). Then looked up the BTDC for the engine (.080) added the .016 and set the piston .096 from the bar stock. Then set the ignition plate for when the points just start to open.
Hope this helps you also, after the above procedure the enging ran fine.
Posted on May 28, 2011
Posted on May 27, 2011
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