Re: Getting all 3 Horse Power out of your GT-5 Sky? (tear down)
While Recon Chris is dremeling, a few infos about my stock cdi. There seems to be a lot of different informations about an optimal ignition timing and stock cdis. My engine is from 2010. The magnet is very strong. It must be a neodym (and I can verify that). The ignition timing is, as I expect it for a twostroke.
500rpm 10°, that's good for easy starts
23° to 25° are normal values for such engines.
At the moment I have no possibility to measure at higher rpms.
Who has ever measured at higher rpms?
I know, that topic belongs to another thread.
Measurement is my third hobby.
@Recon Chris, this is a great thread and you made a very interesting work. Sorry that I didn't find it earlier.
I'm not sure, but I'm afraid your 4mm aluminum plate will dissapoint you.
Your transfer ports will be open about 140° and the exhaust about 166°.
IMHO that doesn't match.
You will loose lots of power at the bottom end. Could be you have to pedal behind every red traffic light. But let us see.
I wish you best results - multipaul