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Date:         Mon, 7 Nov 2005 07:57:34 -0800
Reply-To:     Michael Diehr <md03@XOCHI.COM>
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From:         Michael Diehr <md03@XOCHI.COM>
Subject:      Re: Help diagnose Cinco
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> Am I right in assuming that on a 4-stroke engine like this, the TDC > mark on the pulley turns at the speed of the crankshaft, so there are > only two possibiilties (either correct, or 180 degrees off)?

To clarify: By "180" I meant the distributor drive shaft would be 180 degrees off. The crank would be 360 from TDC (i.e. TDC, but on on the intake stroke rather than power stroke). The distributor drive runs at 1/2 crank speed, yes?

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