help ID a crank Lockwood racing motor is this a 094 crank stock

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Garry in Tampa
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Re: help ID a crank Lockwood racing motor is this a 094 crank stock

Postby Garry in Tampa » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:55 pm

You change the timing with the magneto handle - just like service outboards. . . :D

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Re: help ID a crank Lockwood racing motor is this a 094 crank stock

Postby rickrodt » Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:55 am

Like Garry said, you change the timing by moving the timing advance lever. The key way is cut to locate the cam in the flywheel to a relative position to when the motor will fire along with the coil heels in relationship to the magnets in the flywheel. The final timing is with the moved with the timer advance/retard lever. The key way is set to get everything into position to make it all work.


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