Thread: Timing Problem
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Old 07-08-2020, 10:23 AM   #8
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Default Re: Timing Problem

Originally Posted by edzaha View Post
Almost correct, on a Model A you can move the cam that the rotor mounts on. There is a screw under the rotor you can loosen to move rotor position.

But moving the rotor has no effect on timing. When you loosen the screw and move the cam you are changing the timing of the points opening. It is when the points open that the spark occurs, not where the rotor is positioned.
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