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Re: Timing sight hole

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Trac

10-30-2012 05:57:12
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Yeah John UK told me how to time my TEA i did not have the timing marks i'm sure its still in my email i'll try and send it to you if you would like. As far as drilling a hole it won't work theres a slide type mark in the hole that lines up with the marks flywheel. Wait just thought about it take starter off look in that hole for the grooved timing mark that must be it.




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John(UK)

10-30-2012 06:34:04
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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to Trac, 10-30-2012 05:57:12  
It wont work as the timing is different on these two engines...John(UK)



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Jeff-oh

10-30-2012 08:11:04
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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to John(UK), 10-30-2012 06:34:04  
John,

Just to make sure my understanding is clear.

The timing of the TEA-20 Std. motor and the TO-20 Cont. Motor would be different for sure.

Are you also saying the Timing of the TE-20 Cont. Z120 motor and the TO-20 Cont. Z120 is also different? Not sure what would cause that other than the Lucus Distributor.

You are constantly point out new information for me... Thank you.



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John(UK)

10-31-2012 05:15:56
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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to Jeff-oh, 10-30-2012 08:11:04  
It is the Lucas Distributor that would cause the difference with the ignition timing, if you used a Delco Distributor on a TE20 as used in a TO20 then you set the timing the same as the TO20.(i.e. 7 deg + or - 2 degrees BTC), you should have the engine running at 400rpm to check this with a timing light. If you set it with the engine running faster than 400rpm it will be doing it with the Distributor partially advanced, at 400rpm it is at zero advance.John(UK)

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