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    How do you adjust for a high start flywheel and a standard (non-high start) CDI

    So I have a 2002 Virage single carb ski that has the High start Flywheel (timing advanced 10*) I believe that the CDI that I have is for a standard ski (non-high start). My ski has been bogging down in the water but will run fine on the trailer. I had recently replaced the CDI with a used one to fix a no spark condition. The funny thing is that most of the time the ski wouldn't run, but there was once that I got it to run really well for about two hours.
    My question is how I specifically adjust the stator screws to make up for the 10-degree advanced flywheel #4010569 .
    I think I need to retard the timing by 10 degrees?


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    You need the standard flywheel I believe.......

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Read the links provided at the bottom of K447 posts.

    I believe he goes into detail about them.

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