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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1067

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Ebay,just type in your model into the search there and you should come up with something
if this was easy,everyone would do it
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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1068

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type this auction number into the ebay search 1609758688265 it's for a 30mm "racing" carb for $28 coming from the good ol USofA,I have done business with this seller in the past and it' has always been good,all the others are coming from overseas and get alot for the shipping (inflated),this guy ships for free
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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1069

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Thanks, Steve. I've tried punching that series of numbers into eBay Search, but nothing comes up. Is there a different area of the eBay site where you can search by "auction number"?
Never met a motorcycle I didn't like.
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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1070

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sorry ,too many numbers,try 160975868265,or search under honda sl125 carb
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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1079

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How can you use a Triump timing disc on the BSA motor? Are they the same or what?
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B25 project 6 years 5 months ago #1085

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when timing an engine it does not matter who made the disc or engine,just follow the specs in the manual and rotate the engine to it and you should have spark at the firing point as was in this case about 15 degrees before top dead center,although the manual has you advance the ignition before setting the points I like using the rule of thumb at 15 degrees,electronic like boyer has digital advance and is done a little different
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