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    How to adjust Timing

    Any body know how adjust the eng timing to advance or retard


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    Ignition timing is controlled by the ECU. The only way to adjust it is to use a programmable standalone ECU such as the Rotax Racing Engine Management System.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=285

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    Well you could probably change the degree on the cam at top dead center but i think that would have negative effects.

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    turn the distributor

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Lurker_ View Post
    turn the distributor
    And check the dwell on the points

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    check your waterox bearings while your at it too.....

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    Clayton... off topic, but I'm in search of an RXX hood and may ask for some pointers over the winter... your ski looks perfect!

    Jeff

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    Rompe21

    Well at least 20% of the posters tried to actually help with their answers to Rompe21's question.

    By the look at how fast he has his RXT going I think there is a bunch of people that have questions for him.

    As already stated, the ignition timing is not ajustablbe without replacing the ECU.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by friebe1 View Post
    Well at least 20% of the posters tried to actually help with their answers to Rompe21's question...
    Now I feel bad for tryin' to interject a little levity

    Actually, Lurker and I were probably resurrecting the thoughts of a previous post from months ago... and the direction it took. I really meant nothing by it... sorry Rompe21

    And Steve, your right about two things: 1) As previously mentioned, his question was already answered (the rest was all in fun), 2) He does have a fast RXT

    Jeff

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    Wow 74 mph with a $1000 in mods. I hope mine is at least 70+ with the same setup in the spring.

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