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Unread 07-01-2015, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default How do I set the timing on this 87

I put the new bearings in it and crank seals but I didn't mark were the timing was. How do I find it again
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Unread 07-01-2015, 06:32 PM   #2
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Default Re: How do I set the timing on this 87

Pages L 12, and L 13.

There are also indentations to line up on the plate and mounting area. The screws are pretty much in the middle of the slots.
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Pages L 12, and L 13.

There are also indentations to line up on the plate and mounting area. The screws are pretty much in the middle of the slots.
TY Lol hope I got it right its all together now.
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Default Re: How do I set the timing on this 87

yes i think thats it an could you tell me if i take a test light from the pos side of bat an touch it to the red wire of the pulsar an it lights up an on the blue side it does not does that mean it is grounding out or is that normal
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yes i think thats it an could you tell me if i take a test light from the pos side of bat an touch it to the red wire of the pulsar an it lights up an on the blue side it does not does that mean it is grounding out or is that normal
Disconnect the connector. Resistance between the red and blue has a pretty wide range. 120-180 ohms. or 70-150 depending on who you want to believe.
The book says 120-180.

Then check red to ground, and blue to ground. There should be no continuity there. I don't like test lights. I use a digital multi-meter.
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