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Old 08-27-2009, 08:32 PM
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How come no dyno?
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Are you dynoing them to fix the fuel problems?
YEP........
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Timing light?? Just set them by ear.. You don't need no stinkin' timing light.. You take a match and stick it between the points. Lock it in then your good!!

The one they use in AZ needs a bulb! Just order new Pistons every month with a fresh case of goose! Can't say the motors aren't fresh..

Ask Rudy if he wants the timing light I bought at harbor Freight or the snap-on light.. Light still flashes the same.. Does it matter? Oh chit... My DJ buddy is using the snap on one.. his disco ball is down and needed another strobe
I guess it'll have to be the Harbour Frieght Timing Light BIG Daddy but dont bring the 34 Degree oneSend that [email protected] to Tuscon
Now thats some funny chit there Bro i just spilled a fresh drink laughin soooo friggin hard

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Okay, since I am going to be(Eddie Young) is going to be assembling my Big Chief 604's soon. Why does the timing need to be reduced on motors with these heads?
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I guess it'll have to be the Harbour Frieght Timing Light BIG Daddy but dont bring the 34 Degree oneSend that [email protected] to Tuscon
Now thats some funny chit there Bro i just spilled a fresh drink laughin soooo friggin hard
I just got it out of the box... It only goes to 25 degrees.. The one you need was $29.95.. This one was $19.95.. The guy at Harbor Freight said to Set it to 25 degrees... Wait 5 minutes and add the rest on the second time you do it??? Does that sound right?

I only had $30.00 bucks and had to buy the warranty for $9.95 incase I drop it in the water..

YOU WILL NEVER BELIEVE THIS... NO JOKE... IT SAYS ON THE BACK OF THE BOX.... AND I QUOTE " Made in Arizona" from a company called Acurate Products....


This is the one you need bro!! It's written on the box!!

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Okay, since I am going to be(Eddie Young) is going to be assembling my Big Chief 604's soon. Why does the timing need to be reduced on motors with these heads?
Because of small combustion chambers,good luck with your build Eddie is a great guy
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Okay, since I am going to be(Eddie Young) is going to be assembling my Big Chief 604's soon. Why does the timing need to be reduced on motors with these heads?
Erik the Chambers are small 88 to 95 CCs ,sounds like Eddie's got you all squared away ..good luck with the new power
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Going to use it at Cumberland today. Wrong props though, 5000 rpm at 30 percent throttle. Getting the right set up is going to be tough. Thanks for your advice along the way. Eric
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Going to use it at Cumberland today. Wrong props though, 5000 rpm at 30 percent throttle. Getting the right set up is going to be tough. Thanks for your advice along the way. Eric

Getting the right set up is going to be tough.
you'll get it Eric all it takes is TIME & $$$$$$$$$$$$$ ,have a Happy & Safe 4th and aftyer Pinky gets back on her feet again we'll meet ya'll at Ole Hickory or the Dam

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