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Re: Starting "unknown" Triumph Motor
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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...

ARD is a fixed timing magneto and ARD made both dual and single fire mags, most are single fire mags, and your's is a single fire mag, there is a small rotor on the inside of the cap that sends the spark to each plug separately, so it does matter which wire goes to which plug.
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did you not read the last post you had on this?

Re: Starting "unknown" Triumph Motor
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Originally Posted by MongoLikeBikes
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...

ARD is a fixed timing magneto and ARD made both dual and single fire mags, most are single fire mags, and your's is a single fire mag, there is a small rotor on the inside of the cap that sends the spark to each plug separately, so it does matter which wire goes to which plug.
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