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    timing

    im jsut rebuilt my 1200 pro i was wondering the book dident say anything about setting the timing on it. i was wondering is there timing or what.if u guys could help me out that would be great. its a 2001 1200 pro


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    thanks that help alot

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    TIMING

    I've Benched Timed Mine Using A Dial Indicator And Volt Meter And Never Had To Readjust Afterwards

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    where u hookin the voly metter up at. and by bench timing it with the indicator put the mag piston on tdc witch it 0 on the indacator then move the crank till it is .200 and what should the volt metter be reading.

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