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    1995 STORM 800 TIMING??

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      August 2005
    • From: MILTON,NY
    1995 STORM 800 TIMING??
    Posted by ALPINE SPORTS RACING on Wednesday, January 13, 2010 6:55 AM

    I AM REBUILDING A BUDDIES STORM, SPLIT THE CASE AND REPLACED THE SEALS.

    THE STATOR PLATE HAD THE TIMING ADVANCED ABOUT 3-4 DEGREES??

    ON A STOCK STORM 800 SHOULD THE TIMING MARK ON THE STATOR MATCH THE MARK ON THE CASE??

    THANKS

    2-STROKE TRIPLES FOREVER!! WWW.ALPINESPORTS.MYSITE.COM
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      December 2008
    Posted by cool storm on Wednesday, January 13, 2010 4:34 PM

    It may or may not the thing to do would have been to mark it before you tore it down. remember though that counter clockwise is advance because you are moving the plate not the flywheel, and it is sensitive. good luck. ps nice to see that there is still someone out there playing with the old iron. There is a lot of potential in these.

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      August 2005
    • From: MILTON,NY
    Posted by ALPINE SPORTS RACING on Thursday, January 14, 2010 6:42 AM

     YES THE PLATE WAS TURNED COUNTER CLOCK WISE

    THE MOTOR HAD BEEN PLAYED WITH

    SO, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW A STOCK STORM TIMING SHOULD BE SET??

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    • From: MILTON,NY
    Posted by ALPINE SPORTS RACING on Thursday, January 14, 2010 9:10 PM

     ANYBODY

    WILLIE

    2-STROKE TRIPLES FOREVER!! WWW.ALPINESPORTS.MYSITE.COM
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      October 2005
    Posted by Oneshot on Thursday, January 21, 2010 6:04 AM

    Try hollering for Jasper on the Polaris Forum here. He might know what the Stock advance is on the Old Storms. I've never owned a Storm but, I do know that Lots of Folks have worked on them and solved the Factory Issues which usually turns them into a great reliable Ride.

    Good Luck,

    Rob.Wink

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