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08-05-2014 16:23:06

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Have a mh22 use every once and a while for pulling. Switched out point system for electronic ignition wondering if anyone knows how to time the engine. Flywheel does have timing marks.

Any info would help Thanks eric

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David G

08-05-2014 17:27:00

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 Re: Mh22 in reply to 22, 08-05-2014 16:23:06  
Time it by ear.

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08-06-2014 13:29:12

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 Re: Mh22 in reply to David G, 08-05-2014 17:27:00  
For the younger generation timing by ear may not be as easy as it is for us that have done it by ear. I thing he is looking for a starting point. Has anyone timed a Massey 22 by ear and then checked the timing with a timing light for future reference? I would think someone would have an answer.

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David G

08-06-2014 14:40:27

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 Re: Mh22 in reply to eye4iron, 08-06-2014 13:29:12  
I have done that with my 44.

I run it at max throttle, advance till it sounds a little off, retard back through the smoothest until if sounds a little off. I then idle it and retard a little if it is rough.

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