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Re: [Fot] TR4 timing advice needed please

To: "Jim Gray" <>,
Subject: Re: [Fot] TR4 timing advice needed please
From: Tony Drews <>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2008 23:18:43 -0500
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As I recall, I've got about 12 degrees at &quot;idle&quot; (a bit over
1000 rpm), straight line &quot;curve&quot; to 32 degrees at 3000, then
slightly increasing advance as the RPM's increase from there.&nbsp; I
think it's 34 degrees at 6k.&nbsp; Not that far off of your
- Tony D<br><br>
At 05:54 PM 9/6/2008, Jim Gray wrote:<br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite=""><font size=2>Greetings all,<br>
I could use a bit advice on timing. I have one of the new 1-2-3
distributors out of the Nederlands.<br>
It's an electronic distributor with programmable timing curves.<br>
The curve I have at the moment is 10 degrees at 500 - 1000 , 27 degrees
at 2000&nbsp; and 33 degrees at 4500<br>
there are 16 different curve settings available. Coming off the throttle
it falls flat on it's face and I have to coax it up to<br>
3000 where it takes off pretty good. I just installed a set of Mikuni HSR
45's and they ran really well before I installed <br>
the distributor. I'm not getting any noticable pinging out of it. I know
I still have some jetting to get through<br>
but as I mentioned, It didn't have this problem before the distributor
went in.<br>
Any advice would be appreciated.<br>
Jim Gray<br>
RMVR # 102<br>
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