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Timing HE R80


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Hello

A couple of weeks ago, I started a topic due to lack of power on my HE R80. I found an oil leak coming out of the crankcase to the clutch. I bought new sealings. Everything is mounted but before I start my engine, I need to check that the timing (the postition of the magnets on the flywheel, relative to the coil) is correct. I don't find a procedure on the internet for my R80. I found one for the Top80:

http://www.southwestairsports.com/ppgtechinfo/top80/hrservicenotes/timing/timing.htm

Does anybody know if I can use the values from the Top80?
 
 
Best regards,
 
Kevin

 

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