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    Static Timing on a 750

    I have a 93 650 turned 750, with a bad stator. Im swapping the stator with a good one.

    Whats the number between TDC for a 95 750 blue motor?

    I have a dial indicator and a ohm meter. Just making sure .350 is the right number im looking for.


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    On the 93 650 it was 18*= .079"btdc up to 3000 rpm +or-1.5* Retarded to 12* btdc @ 6000. I'm not sure when the mag triggers the cdi statically to create spark. Is it 18*? It seems that it would be. It seems to me that the cdi would need the same trigger point to retard the timing above 3k and continue to retard to 12* @6k. Is my way of thinking correct? I'm not sure, but it makes sense to me.

    (edit) 95 750 was 24* btdc= .139" +or- 2* Now I'm confused. I guess the trigger point changes w/ the stator? or is it the flywheel?
    Last edited by starflight; 09-08-2008 at 08:52 PM.

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    I dont think those are the numbers im looking for... But I barely understand static timing as is, so i couldn't tell you.

    Sounds logical, but I think im looking for a larger number.

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    Line up the stator with the crankcase parting line and call it a day.
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    match the slot with the case halves dn woodruff key

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Online manual has everything you seek.

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    Got it, thanks guys.

    Stator ohms out good, timing should be good, new carb.. Dont know whats left to be wrong.

    Hopefully i dont need to pull the choke to get WOT.

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    Even though im using 650 parts, should i set it to the 750 stock settings? This would compensate for the 2º timing difference between teh 93 650 and 95 750?

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    Timing is controlled buy the CDI

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Which flywheel and CDI are you using?

    There's a diff between 650 and 750.

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