The EBZA ignition is using a Hall effect sensor. It is using magnets and it is contactless, therefore there is less wear. Today i remembered how to adjust the EBZA ignition timing. You need this tool:
and two flat screwdrivers for the “blue” and the “red” screws:
The steps to adjust the timing are:
- Adjust the blue screws – equalize the spark before the top dead center (TDC) for the both cylinders
- Adjust the red screws – move up/down to the TDC for both cylinders
The bottom blue screw is just a pivot, so just loosen it. The top blue screw is to adjust the position of the electronic plate. Unscrew it and move the plate left/right until both cylinders have the same value (the millimeters before the top dead center (TDC)) when the spark lights.
Step 1: By using the blue screws, move the plate left/right until you get the save values in mm before the TDC for the both cylinders
Step2: Use the red screws until you reach 2 or 3 mm (i prefer 2 mm to increase the life of the engine) before the TDC.
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