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Ryobi, convert to IE?

Old 01-22-2010, 09:50 AM
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Ive got a Ryobi 31cc and a Crcc ignition. Need some help, never put a IE on before! Has anyone set this up before? What should I set the initial timing at? What kind of gap do I need between the sensor and the magnet? Thanks for the advice!
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About a .020" gap between the sensor and the magnet is fine. Set the timing at 28 degrees before top dead center. Set it so that you actually SEE a spark at 28 degrees, not when the magnet is over the sensor. Some units create the spark as the magnet approaches the sensor, others as it is leaving the sensor.

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Excellent advice.
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Thanks for the advice!

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