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Tony in Mass.

10-30-2012 07:06:02

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Ummmm...aghhhhh.... You have the inards of a Cont z120, but the block from a Standard? I am just thinking about the location of the dist etc. You better lay everything out to compare dimensions etc.... better talk to John UK and 2 (actually 7) tractors about this...

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10-30-2012 08:06:11

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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-30-2012 07:06:02  
He says he has the block of a TE20... That would be a Cont. Z120 also.

The Standard motor would be a TEA-20.

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Tony in Mass.

10-30-2012 08:34:14

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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to Jeff-oh, 10-30-2012 08:06:11  
ohhhhh. This is like the baby seat commercial! I don't think I knew that... nope, I know I didn't know that...
So the one I helped the archery club with last year was a TEA? Should have brought my camera...

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10-30-2012 11:26:22

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 Re: Timing sight hole in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-30-2012 08:34:14  
That said, I am assuming that the orginal post was correct.

John made a comment below that perhaps there was still a timing difference in the TE-20 Lucus Electronics vs. the TO-20"s with AC Delco electronics.

I would thing the pistons could care less about what delevered the spark so long as it got there at the right time. That said I can perceive a differece between the Lucus & AC/D distributors in how they internally advance the timing. And thus the timing would be a little different.

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