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Old 04-24-2010, 08:10 AM   #1
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Default DUO2 17.5 timing value

Does anybody know how much each timing mark is worth in degrees on the 17.5 DUO2 motor. There are four notches either side of the centre mark?

And has anybody had any trouble running these bad-boys on full timing?

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Old 04-24-2010, 08:45 AM   #2
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MAX timing is about 10 degrees. I've run on with max timing many times with no problems at all.
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last time i heard it was 40+40- each mark is around 8-10*
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Duo2 motor timing mark:
  • Physical motor (long mark) is 8
  • Each mark is = 8
Total is 40 .
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Is this the same as the Novak ballistic?
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Is this the same as the Novak ballistic?
It's NOT as same as Novak Ballistic.
The Novak Ballistic motor timing mark indicates each line is 5.
  • + 45
  • I 40
  • I 35
  • N 30 (Factory setting)
  • I 25
  • I 20
  • - 15
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It's NOT as same as Novak Ballistic.
The Novak Ballistic motor timing mark indicates each line is 5.
  • + 45
  • I 40
  • I 35
  • N 30 (Factory setting)
  • I 25
  • I 20
  • - 15
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I've also heard that actual zero timing is about 2 lines from max which is said to be 10deg. So the middle mark is actually negative timing on these?
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I've also heard that actual zero timing is about 2 lines from max which is said to be 10deg. So the middle mark is actually negative timing on these?
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Duo2 motor timing mark:
  • Physical motor (long mark) is 8
  • Each mark is = 8
Total is 40 .
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