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    cam timing advance and retard

    So I've been doing some searching and just want to verify I understand what I'm reading is correct.

    *standing at the back of the ski looking at the cam gear, rotating the gear counter clockwise is advancing the timing?

    *doing the opposite and rotating the cam gear clockwise is retarding the timing?

    Is that right or do I have it flip flopped?


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    Hi Mike, this pic will help you
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    pictures worth a thousand words!! thanks jerry!

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    Mike, Dont change anything... I love hole shotting your boat with a stock ski!

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