Whizzer Timing Marks

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mnich797

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Feb 2, 2019
14
58
Oakdale NY
I have a H model whizzer motor. After disassembly and cleaning I noticed what look like multiple timing marks on the crank gear and no marks on the cam gear. Any suggestions?
 

mason_man

Finally riding a big boys bike
Dec 11, 2009
408
Whittier Ca.
I have a H model whizzer motor. After disassembly and cleaning I noticed what look like multiple timing marks on the crank gear and no marks on the cam gear. Any suggestions?
Hi mnich797, the cam gear and crank gear both should have a circle, and should line up together(TDC). If the crank gear has a straight line, line should be facing or towards crankshaft journal, At (TDC) counterweights at the bottom of the case. Circles should be off to the left side.

Post pictures of your project when able.

Ray
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mnich797

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Feb 2, 2019
14
58
Oakdale NY
Thank you the picture is of great help. My crankshaft gear mark is very difficult to see. Could you possibly tell me where your crank mark is in relationship to the key way? It looks to be directly 180 degrees.
 
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mason_man

Finally riding a big boys bike
Dec 11, 2009
408
Whittier Ca.
Thank you the picture is of great help. My crankshaft gear mark is very difficult to see. Could you possibly tell me where your crank mark is in relationship to the key way? It looks to be directly 180 degrees.
Okay...here we go,
Pic of the crank gear with crank pin to the right side. Mark the gear tooth in line with the crank pin. Now count 14 teeth's/tooth counterclockwise.
This should be your 0 mark.
Hope this helps.

Ray
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How are you with the cam mark?
 

mnich797

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Feb 2, 2019
14
58
Oakdale NY
Okay...here we go,
Pic of the crank gear with crank pin to the right side. Mark the gear tooth in line with the crank pin. Now count 14 teeth's/tooth counterclockwise.
This should be your 0 mark.
Hope this helps.

Ray
20190318_164727.jpg

How are you with the cam mark?
Thank you Ray! Your help is greatly appreciated!!
 
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