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Re: fire out of exhaust

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05-22-2014 12:12:19

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Static timing is set with it not running on TDC compression #1 cylinder. The centrifugal advance (distributor only) is much farther advanced, and is controlled by weights and springs in the distributor (under the breaker mounting plate) The rotor should feel springy if turned clockwise (less than 10 degrees) if it does this, and returns to where it was before, it is probably OK. If it does not turn, or turns and stays in either direction, it needs advance system repair (or a rebuilt distributor) Having no advance will make it do the flame trick! Jim

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05-22-2014 19:47:33

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 Re: fire out of exhaust in reply to Janicholson, 05-22-2014 12:12:19  
The advance seems to be working fine. Move it forward and it springs back freely. No wobble either.

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05-22-2014 20:02:34

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 Re: fire out of exhaust in reply to KarlO, 05-22-2014 19:47:33  
Good, is it in time?

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05-22-2014 12:19:53

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 Re: fire out of exhaust in reply to Janicholson, 05-22-2014 12:12:19  
Thanks. I'll check that before I do anything more drastic.

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