[MR2] Timing problems again.
dkchal at datasync.com
Thu Sep 17 00:51:16 EDT 2009
The metal marks on the sprockets Is known here as "the kiss of death". Your
breaker sold you a bad engine. Yes, it should be timed to 0, but make sure
its the ignition Zero. That mark goes by twice for every poser strode of
If you think you're tired and overworked now, you're going to be peeing in
the grits before long.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Angus Harvey" <cheekeychavie at googlemail.com>
To: <mr2 at mr2.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:54 PM
Subject: [MR2] Timing problems again.
> Ok have over come that problem...used a small bolt and jammed it in
> the fly wheel/locating dowel!
> Thanx for all your help guys.
> All I need to know now is that if I time my engine to the bgb
> specifications will it work with the fuel we have here in england?
> It states that it should be timed to 0, but would appear that it was
> timed to the next mark left! Oh and to confuse me even more there is
> white paint on the next mark left from that one too. The one just
> before 10.
> Also the previous belt had a shard of metal jammed bang in the middle of
> It has only slightly marked the sprockets/pulleys, but cant find the
> origin. Anyone seen this before?
> >From the tired and overworked english chef, angus.
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