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Re: Timing sight hole

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10-30-2012 06:34:04

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It wont work as the timing is different on these two engines...John(UK)

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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  

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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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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