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Thread: why timing in EB vs in arm?

  1. #1
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    why timing in EB vs in arm?

    Have been thinking about this answers anyone?
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    I've done it so I can use one timed arm for most of my motors.If I want a high timed motor a +4 endbell will do most of what I need on a 38 degree arm.Whereas I used to just have a few high timed arms and if they were out for service I was screwed if I needed on for a race.

    Although I'm in for answers from the pro's myself on this one.My reasons may not be optimal,its just what I've done.

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    In an ideal world you would just have timing via the arm. However if you race at multiple tracks you may require more timing at some tracks, being able to change the timing by endbells and use a relatively standard arm gives you more options. My last batch of 27 lite setups I ordered with 2 endbell's per setup.

  4. #4
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    Timing is dependent on track voltage . Turning the End Bell is one way of changing the timing

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