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Old 04-13-2012, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default 96 c.c. coil gap

Hi everyone I have a 96 and I need to find out what to set the coil gap at next to the flywheel? Or do I just mount it as close or far away as I can from the flywheel. It's the 295 (i think) Kawasaki engine.
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:59 PM   #2
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Hi everyone I have a 96 and I need to find out what to set the coil gap at next to the flywheel? Or do I just mount it as close or far away as I can from the flywheel. It's the 295 (i think) Kawasaki engine.
First move is to clean off the rust accumulation around the edge of the flywheel then set the air gap to around 30-40 thou. That should get her done Doc. FE290 btw.

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Old 04-13-2012, 07:11 PM   #3
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First move is to clean off the rust accumulation around the edge of the flywheel then set the air gap to around 30-40 thou. That should get her done Doc. FE290 btw.

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Thanks Faster, I did clean the hell out of the flywheel but for the life of me I couldn't remember the gap. and I got screwed up on 290 or 295 because I have a 295 ezgo same year also. Hell I get to blame it on OLDTIMERS DISEASE. It's friday 13th so I can forget things today.
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Default Re: 96 c.c. coil gap

the gap is 0.10 which is the thickness of a index card. I just put it under, bolt it down then pull out the card.
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the gap is 0.10 which is the thickness of a index card. I just put it under, bolt it down then pull out the card.

That is correct tpg but I have found that at that setting damage can occur when the rust builds up. The shavings become magnetised and cause sporadic firing issues. On one engine I couldn't get close to 0.10 due the lack of adjustability so I experimented and found that all was working well at the larger gap so I have set them at that ever since.

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at first I set it at .018 and it seemed to have a lot of sparks so I backed it off but still running rough. I reset it last night to .030 and runs great now just have to take it out for a really long ride and see it it keeps dieing after a few miles.
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