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Re: problems getting 705 lp started.

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R Wyler

01-11-2013 17:33:21

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I got it to try to fire this evening after priming and some smoke but would not take off. I am begining to worry that I did not get the flywheel in the right position on the crank. The rotor is pointing slightly to the rear when on TDC and both push rods loose. I read in the manual about priming it while cranking? Should I wire up the electric primer? I am getting frustrated with this.
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01-12-2013 05:57:47

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 Re: problems getting 705 lp started. in reply to R Wyler, 01-11-2013 17:33:21  
If you did get the flywheel on out of position, it will not cause any problems. You can still rough set the timing by rotating the engine until anyone of the pistons comes up on TDC of the compression stroke (which can be seen looking throught the spark plug hole). You then rotate you distributor to just be openning the points for that cylinder. Install the wires onto the distributor cap based on the firing order and direction of rotation of the rotor and it should be close enought to at least run.

Good Luck! We have all been in your shoes.

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R Wyler

01-12-2013 06:30:39

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 Re: problems getting 705 lp started. in reply to SWMolines, 01-12-2013 05:57:47  
Thanks for the help. I will check that again this afternoon.

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