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Andy Posted - Jun 30 2013 : 11:22:42
Hi all

1986 Wellcraft St Tropez
Twin Crusader 350/270 with Quadrajet Carbs
Mallroy Unilite Breakless Ignition

Please could you let me know what the timings are for both port and starboard engines?

Also just recently my starboard engine has started to misfire on the odd bank of cylinders. I have replaced all fuel filters, plugs and leads. During testing I am using a remote tank with fresh 89 octane fuel.

Both engine appear to be running a little rich based on the inspection of the spark plugs, however I am guessing this is normal only running on low revs and short journeys.



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Andy Posted - Jun 30 2013 : 12:44:49
Many thanks, I have re-posted on the Engine Forum :)
cwms Posted - Jun 30 2013 : 11:27:52
You might want to repost this in the engines forum. Lots more traffic there and it's not really a Wellcraft issue.

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