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    that was stupid.... now what

    So long story short, I have the bottom case off cleaning out supercharger washers, and I turn the motor up on its side and the counter balancer fell out... Currently I do not have the head apart, nor have the flywheel/double gear off. I presume I am going to have to pull the double gear off, and replace the 6 flywheel bolts to line up the drive shaft and counter balancer again. My question is, in doing this if I mark the flywheel, trigger wheel, and gear, and make sure they maintain the same holes in which they came out, would I be able to put this back together without removing the head and playing with the timing.

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    yes

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    I am guessing this is not normal on the magneto, and warrants replacement... I checked the stator, and it has some scratches in it, but not serious. Thoughts?

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    What are we looking at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    What are we looking at.
    Looks like some deep scratches in the center there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    What are we looking at.
    That is the inside of the magneto, the holes are where one of the 6 flywheel bolts reside (currently removed). The bottom left is the output shaft for the driveshaft. My concern is a groove about 1/2 inch long that went thru. It is very presice, however I believe it is a wear mark, not a factory item. The shinny part down the middle is from something rubbing as well, however it is just polished and not worn thru. What my question is, It appears that the magneto needs to be replaced, however does the stator need to be replaced at the same time? do these go together in a certain manor that affect timing or any other electrical componets? I already have the flywheel bolts pulled off, and need to get repalcements ordered up, as well as the magneto. Thus is this just bolt it up, or do I need to be lining anything up. The manual is very limited in describing this. Thanks

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    The mag and stater are not and matched set you can replace either. The Mag cup (Timing Wheel) and flywheel have a locator pin so it can only be installed one way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    The mag and stater are not and matched set you can replace either. The Mag cup (Timing Wheel) and flywheel have a locator pin so it can only be installed one way.
    Not true. They changed manufactures at some point and then went back to denso.

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    07 on the left, 06 on the right. The 07 stator does not fit in the 06 mag. I'm sure the 06 stator would fit in the 07 mag.

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    Oh I did not know that thanks for the clarification.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sayers View Post
    Not true. They changed manufactures at some point and then went back to denso.

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