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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Firing order of wisconsin V4 engine

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04-26-2005 17:33:21

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I have a Wisconsin V4 engine. Can't find the model number but it has a magneto on the left side and a zenith updraft carb in the center of the v. This engine is installed in a bobcat but I don't think it is the engine that came on the bobcat.
Firing order and which spark plug wire hole in the magneto cap is #1 would be helpfull as I can't see the top of the cap from the rear of the engine.

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Jim in Rush Co.

04-27-2005 05:55:34

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 Re: Firing order of wisconsin V4 engine in reply to 8Nray, 04-26-2005 17:33:21  
Firing order 1-3-4-2, if vewing cap as clock, top right would be #1 going counter clockwise 4-3-2. If you would ever need mag. I have brand new one.

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05-25-2005 20:26:25

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 Re: wisconsin V4 engine in reply to Jim in Rush Co., 04-27-2005 05:55:34  
I am looking for a good used wisconsin v 4 engine for a skid steer

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Jim in Rush Co

04-27-2005 18:34:12

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 Re: Firing order of wisconsin V4 engine in reply to Jim in Rush Co., 04-27-2005 05:55:34  
My first reply was assuming the engine was a VE or VF, if it is a VH veiwing cap go clockwise 1-3-4-2. The firing order the same but rotation in Mag. are different.

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05-02-2005 06:03:10

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 Re: Firing order of wisconsin V4 engine in reply to Jim in Rush Co, 04-27-2005 18:34:12  
Thanks for the info. I also needed to know which cylinder is number 1 and how the cyl are numbered. My local carquest parts house provided that info and I"m posting it here in case someone else comes looking for the info.
When viewing the engine from the flywheel end, the number 1 cyl is on the left bank nearest the flywheel and the number 3 cyl is directly behind #1. On the right bank, starting nearest the flywheel are #2 and #4.

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