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Offline ShaunMac

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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #15 on: 12.04. 2014 14:03 »
No, I've taken it completely off for welding.
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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #16 on: 13.04. 2014 20:43 »
Just a question re mounting a timing disc. Anyone got any pics of how they mount theirs?
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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #17 on: 13.04. 2014 20:57 »
How I did mine, same for S/A type.
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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #18 on: 13.04. 2014 21:07 »
Is it easier mounting it on the Cush drive? As I've got the timing side in bits I was wondering if I could mount on http at side?
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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #19 on: 13.04. 2014 21:34 »
I've mounted it on the timing side. Turned an M8 bolt's end taper, fixed the disc on it with a nut and knocked it (lightly) in the crankshaft end. Worked well, but beware; this method can only be used for static timing! *smile*
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Re: Going Electronic
« Reply #20 on: 13.04. 2014 23:45 »
With mine it's there forever. Once in a blue moon I drop the cover off and check the timing and everything else in there. Even did it to a mates magneto fired plunger. What a difference it makes getting the timing spot on. Cig papers are for road side checks only for him now.
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