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    Edited to simplify: I need to time this ignition. So should I set the points so they open when the flywheel mark is aligned with the mark on the case?
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    Thanks to Mr. Benson I got my answer. It was there in the service manual right in front of my eyes....but worded a bit different than I was expecting....so I got a little confused at first. After re-reading a couple of times the light bulb came on and I finally understood what it was telling me! Good to go!
     
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    Glad you found your answer, I used a dial indicator and a multi meter set to continuity. Worked out great set the points to just break at the specific btdc.
     
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    Yep, I found those timing marks on the flywheel and case...but I didn't (and still don't at present) know what they indicated. My guess is that the timing marks indicate TDC. But they may actually indicate 2.5mm BTDC...which is where I want the points to open according to the manual. Guess I'll find out once I get back to the bench and start measuring!!! The part of the manual that threw me for a loop was the millimeter measurements. It took me a little while to realize it meant piston position relative to TDC. I was always accustomed to BTDC being measured in degrees of rotation. All good now!
     
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