The drive dog's slot for the dizzy is very slightly offset so it is
easy to confuse the 22 position when it is 180 deg off.
I suspect you need to take the drive dog out, flip it around 180, put
it back in, then you should be ready to go.
Don't ask how I know to double check this.....
On 11/27/09, Attean Lake Lodge <email@example.com> wrote:
> How can a distributor be 180 degrees off? with my engine at 15 degrees BTDC
> the rotor is pointing at #6 instead of #1. The drive is at the correct "20
> 2" position and the offset on the drive dog only allows it to be fitted one
> way. Many thanks and Happy T-day.
> Brad Holden
> 67 BJ8
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