It's been such a saga mucking around with this thing that it has become an obsession. It's my first bike and I'm not gonna move on until she is real nice.
I will certainly look into this timing test.
Originally Posted by 408Fairmont
I'm glad your not giving up on her, its a real nice looking bike.
I only mention the timing becuase its possible for the fly wheel to move, making the timing marks wrong. Having it too advanced will make it run hot, more fuel will kinda compensate for that, but not completely. Just a sugestion. Theres alot of good into on checking it and how to make the tool here. http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/930...nition-timing/