From:Mutt e-mail:pigstye13-A-aol.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: 1960 Super 10 Timing Date:Tue May 15 20:46:59 2018
Response to:22714
Sounds more like the carb than it does ignition. You can
advance the timing and see. Look at the timing marks on
your magneto. Mark where the 2 are now, then loosen the 4
screws holding the magneto down, twist the magneto CCW to
advance the timing. If, your magneto happens to be centered
in the 4 slots, moving it fully CCW will only change your
timing 6. Move it all the way CCW and give it a try and
see if the timing is actually the issue

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It does. First and second gears are pretty much useless.
Once I get to third I have
a little more range, but once the rpm gets back up it
sputters again.

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does it do the same thing if you go the same rpm in each
of
the 3 gears?

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I restored a 1960 Super 10 a couple years ago and have
ridden
it quite a few times. I noticed that once I get up to
speed
(about45 mph) the engine starts to sputter. I've thought
it
was a carburation issue and have adjusted and readjusted
numerous times with no change. I got to thinking about it
and thought maybe the timing is off. Anyone have
experience
with an issue like this? Do I need to advance or retard
the
timing to dial this in? Do you think timing is the issue?

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