|11-25-2011, 09:26 AM||#16|
A Scotsman in Canada
Joined: Aug 2006
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Update over last few weeks and some help needed
So I have now done the following on the wee TL over the last month or so
Now for the problem.
It looks like and have pretty much confirmed through another inmate that the points base plate is fitted 180 deg out.Currently points are sitting bottom right when looking at them. I believe that they should sit top left.
Am I right in thinking that the cam spocket or cam has been installed incorrectly ?
Tried putting the base plate in the assumed correct position and the bike would not fire after installing the new points.
Put it back the way it was and it fired up.
I want to check the timing but if the cam sprocket or cam are installed incorrectly then static timing will be hard to do.
Should I get hold of a timing light and check it that way?
Any suggestions appreciated
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