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    As promised, here is some tech on how to time your Lucas K2f and K2FC magneto. Timing a Lucas K2F magneto does not have to be a complicated, all-day ordeal. There are many ways to go about it, but this is an easy/quick way to get your K2F dialed in. For clarity and easy of photographing, the...
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    As promised, here is some tech on how to time your Lucas K2f and K2FC magneto. Timing a Lucas K2F magneto does not have to be a complicated, all-day ordeal. There are many ways to go about it, but this is an easy/quick way to get your K2F dialed in. For clarity and easy of photographing, the...
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    By request, some tech on upgrading the fider/fibre gear on Lucas auto advance drive gear to steel. Yes, you can use a solid (non-auto-advance) gear. Yes, you can use alloy instead of steel. yes, you can go back with a fiber gear. But, if you change your gear out to steel, there are several...
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    By request, some tech on upgrading the fider/fibre gear on Lucas auto advance drive gear to steel. Yes, you can use a solid (non-auto-advance) gear. Yes, you can use alloy instead of steel. yes, you can go back with a fiber gear. But, if you change your gear out to steel, there are several...
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    This is not a call for help, but rather a tech tip that may help you with your K2Fc magneto if you are having trouble with a poor/no run condition. The time this happened to me, it was on a fresh build, complete motor build, complete mag rebuild. And the bike ran like a champ for two weeks...
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    I was looking back at an email that Doug Wood sent me when I sent him a Lucas Mag and Dynamo. My generator for my '59 TR6 was rated for 6v. I am really only used to working with 12v and most modern components follow suit, so I asked if we could squeeze 12v out of the genny. What I got in...
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