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Old 05-09-2009, 01:49 PM
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The seal lip...Also check your spacer for any knicks or scratches...Even small ones can damage the seal when it goes over the spacer.
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:41 PM
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[ATTACH]Engine timing - What am I missing?-stator-2.jpg

Attachment 29241[/ATTACH]Clspht I am sending a picture cause I get a little neurotic when it comes to shit like this .

When I pulled the spacer there were no nicks but to be on the safe side I took 1500 grit sand paper and gave it a gentle once over as well as cleaned it to surgically sterile.

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Old 05-09-2009, 03:50 PM
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Yup...This hobby we all have chosen can make you a little crazy from time to time....Its worth it though....I think!...
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Old 05-09-2009, 04:04 PM
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I guess im good to go then and get this put back together.

Thanks Clspht hopefully now I can get back onto my timing issue
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Old 05-09-2009, 04:09 PM
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Do you have the instructions that came with your ignition...We need to see the curves that are programmed with your model.
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:16 PM
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Yes I have them and will attach them

I am not running a voes on my bike just thought i would mention thatEngine timing - What am I missing?-advance-curves.jpg
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:22 PM
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Attachment 29244oops sorry forgot to rotate picture

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Same as before

TDC on the comp stroke..
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Rotate module clockwise until the LED goes out
Advance trimpot to MAX for 30 deg.
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Clspht I thank you once again.

I am wrapping up my drive line and will follow your
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After you set it with this method, you can put your light on it and double check if you like....Establish your marks...Dial in 30 deg on the light and run it up to 2500...She will stay at 30
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Old 05-10-2009, 10:15 AM
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Well last night I got my bike all done and will tell you all my results in a moment.

I wanted to take a moment as to show my appreciation as well as gratitude to some CLub Chopper members. Who have helped me not only to fix my problems with my bike but educated me with their instruction.

Not only in this thread topic also with past problematic issues I had to deal with.

We as individual members should be I know I am very fortunate to have the persons on this forum that are willing to share their expertise, knowledge as well as instruct along the way the various steps on how to proceed with repairing motorcycles

I just want to mention that I have been fucking with my timing on a S&S 113 for about 6 months. Though I thought I had it right on last night I got it spot on.

Let me tell you my bike rides like I never felt before.

I lost more than half of my existing vibrations.

Upon accelaration my throttle response is crisp and responsive .

To make a long story short my bike flat out hauls ass.

My crank shaft seal does not leak a drop after installing a new one and I run Mobil 1 20-50 synthetic oil.

No more electrical issues at the moment. Everything checks out good and is hooked to a battery tender when parked in my garage.

I just want to express my thanks as well as my gratitude to Clspht, Scary, Cenjim, Gypsy, Merlin, Pushrod243 and MerchWorks

Thanks for your guidance.

Gonna go ride now and enjoy the fruits of my labor .
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:07 AM
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Good for you Man...Enjoy your ride!
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Ultima 53-644 Ignition module

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I know this is an old thread, but most of them are now that CC is a ghost town!

I placed an Ultima ignition module on my sons 2001 1200 Sportster. I need to know if the red timing light is supposed to be on or off when front cylinder is TDC. I can see the mark in the timing window that it's TDC, but perhaps it is on the exhaust stroke? Will the ignition module react differently to the exhaust stroke? I thought that with a dual fire ignition, it fired on both compression and exhaust stroke. Is there a sure way to determine which stroke it's on?

The instructions say to move flywheel until light turns on and off. On mine, the light is off on TDC. I'm probably missing something simple, so please enlighten me!
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