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1928 Star Continental 6 engine 14 L timing mark ?


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  • 5 months later...

Most of those old engines were statically timed. One common method was with a dial indicator type fixture. Look for a 1/8" pipe in the head over the #6 cylinder. That is a direct link to the top of the piston. When it is at exactly "Upper Center" adjust the distributor so as to get the points to spark. # 1 piston and #6 are on the same plane for crankshaft orientation.

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