I don't know if this will help or not.If you think it might be out of time a little
you can pull the mag coil off then the mag rotor see if your wood ruff key is sheared.
Mark the mag rotor before you take it off so you will be sure to install it the same way it came off.
use a dab of super glue to help hold the wood ruff key in place as the magnetic force of the mag rotor will try to pull the key out of its slot when your reinstalling the mag rotor.
If the wood ruff key is sheared you can get a new key from one of the vendors here on the side bars.
also check the seal on the crank while your there make sure it is seated flush or a little more than flush with the crank cases surface. If the seal is leaking you will see a black oily poo leaking out of it.
Some keys are factory installed wrong and will rub the seal ruining it the mag rotor can also rub the seal if the seal is not installed properly. The same thing can happen to the crank seal on the drive gear side.
Last edited by Norman; 11-29-2009 at 03:53 PM.