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...and by "unknown" I mean it came to be built, sat for a year or two on the bench. I pulled my 67 TR6 motor out of my chopper for some fixin' and this unknown one is in it while I'm messing with it.

The cases tell me its a 69 TR6 but it has T120 head. ARD with the usual Morse/Fairbanks mag. A mystery hose going from the base of the jugs (timing exhaust side) into the top of the rocker box (exhaust primary side). Was told it came right out of a running bike.

I had to take the rocker boxes off to put it into my frame, everything is torqued to specs. I have new plugs in there, I have some used Amal 930s on there, fluids are new, did the valves...

What am I missing?
 

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Something that sat for that long, I'd do what I could to prime the motor or at least get some oil in the top end first.
Right. So I am using all the old plumbing to include the full scavenge feeder and I know that works(ed). Am I just looking at kicking it for a while or am I getting aggressive and pouring?
 

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The Mag also throws me off. the internals look just like my Hunt, but the cover has staggered wire ports. I am just assuming that it is still timed correctly. Does it matter which port goes to which plug? Is it a dual fire mag...sheeet, are all mags dual fire? IS that is dumb question? Am I running full advance on this unit? Is there any choice? Adjustment? I don't see how I could adjust it like the Hunt...
 

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can you post a pic of the feed line that goes to your rocker box? i've been contemplating doing something similar and would like an idea of where they tapped in. my guess is at the front tappet block journal?




 
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