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Old 11-30-2010, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default Speed Passion V3.0 13.5R Timing problems

Hey guys, I searched and found nothing. Im trying to turn the mechanical timing up on this motor but I cant get the sensor board to move at all. Any tips? Thanks
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Hey guys, I searched and found nothing. Im trying to turn the mechanical timing up on this motor but I cant get the sensor board to move at all. Any tips? Thanks
Check the speed passion thread for one, I know I've posted an answer to this no less than 10 times.

BUT....

Loosen the motor screws and use your finger to slide the sensor, if it doesn't move, loosen the screws more and try again.

And in a few instances you'll need to take the motor apart cause you've gotten the silicone spacers and motor hot enough that they're stuck together, and also stuck to the sensor.
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Thanks Adam. Took it apart and the sensor board broke free from the silicon. Turned easy from there.
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