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Old 02 Aug 2009, 08:15 pm
trialnterror
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Default Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

Well I have a 1992 Honda prelude si 4ws that I did a h23 to h22a4 swap
in! I got the motor in and it bogged really bad! So I take it apart
and notice the flywheel is a couple inches off! Well I decide I don't
want to mess with it so I take it to a shop and figure they would be
able to do it! Well it's been a week and the guy said ya the crank was
off two teeth! But ya he throws the "but" in there! I can only get it
to time to 9 degrees and the dizzy maxes out! N he says it's because
I'm using my h23 dizzy(distributor) he then goes on to tell me I need
to slot the holes out more so he can get 6 more degrees ? Well I take
the dizzy off ( this was friday) n tell him I will do it n bring it
back Monday ! Well when I pulled it ( the dizzy ) off the cap broke
( little metal piece and so I took n went to Boyds imports to get one
sat. Well I begin to tell the guy there what I plan to do n he tells
me this," dude I've seen that a hundred times, your exaust cam is off
by one tooth that's why u can't adjust it cause the Exhaust Cam drives
the dizzy ! You need to go back n tell him to adjust it and don't mess
with your dizzy cause it ante right !"

So can any one verify this happens on a h22a4 with h23 dizzy? If so
what can I tell the guy so he will listen to me? What else can I look
for to verify this condition?Please help!!!please I want my ride
back
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Old 03 Aug 2009, 12:35 pm
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

On Aug 2, 7:15*pm, trialnterror <trialnter...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well I have a 1992 Honda prelude si 4ws that I did a h23 to h22a4 swap
> in! I got the motor in and it bogged really bad! So I take it apart
> and notice the flywheel is a couple inches off! Well I decide I don't
> want to mess with it so I take it to a shop and figure they would be
> able to do it! Well it's been a week and the guy said ya the crank was
> off two teeth! But ya he throws the "but" in there! I can only get it
> to time to 9 degrees and the dizzy maxes out! N he says it's because
> I'm using my h23 dizzy(distributor) he then goes on to tell me I need
> to slot the holes out more so he can get 6 more degrees ? Well I take
> the dizzy off ( this was friday) n tell him I will do it n bring it
> back Monday ! Well when I pulled it ( the dizzy ) off the cap broke
> ( little metal piece and so I took n went to Boyds imports to get one
> sat. Well I begin to tell the guy there what I plan to do n he tells
> me this," dude I've seen that a hundred times, your exaust cam is off
> by one tooth that's why u can't adjust it cause the Exhaust Cam drives
> the dizzy ! You need to go back n tell him to adjust it and don't mess
> with your dizzy cause it ante right !"
>
> So can any one verify this happens on a h22a4 with h23 dizzy? If so
> what can I tell the guy so he will listen to me? What else can I look
> for to verify this condition?Please help!!!please I want my ride
> back

Well I went to the shop n it's dead on so looks like I'm going to
drill it out?
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Old 03 Aug 2009, 07:12 pm
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

On Aug 3, 11:35*am, trialnterror <trialnter...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 2, 7:15*pm, trialnterror <trialnter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Well I have a 1992 Honda prelude si 4ws that I did a h23 to h22a4 swap
> > in! I got the motor in and it bogged really bad! So I take it apart
> > and notice the flywheel is a couple inches off! Well I decide I don't
> > want to mess with it so I take it to a shop and figure they would be
> > able to do it! Well it's been a week and the guy said ya the crank was
> > off two teeth! But ya he throws the "but" in there! I can only get it
> > to time to 9 degrees and the dizzy maxes out! N he says it's because
> > I'm using my h23 dizzy(distributor) he then goes on to tell me I need
> > to slot the holes out more so he can get 6 more degrees ? Well I take
> > the dizzy off ( this was friday) n tell him I will do it n bring it
> > back Monday ! Well when I pulled it ( the dizzy ) off the cap broke
> > ( little metal piece and so I took n went to Boyds imports to get one
> > sat. Well I begin to tell the guy there what I plan to do n he tells
> > me this," dude I've seen that a hundred times, your exaust cam is off
> > by one tooth that's why u can't adjust it cause the Exhaust Cam drives
> > the dizzy ! You need to go back n tell him to adjust it and don't mess
> > with your dizzy cause it ante right !"

>
> > So can any one verify this happens on a h22a4 with h23 dizzy? If so
> > what can I tell the guy so he will listen to me? What else can I look
> > for to verify this condition?Please help!!!please I want my ride
> > back

>
> Well I went to the shop n it's dead on so looks like I'm going to
> drill it out?

What good is this site no help at all !
Well did my own home work n this is what I found ! Cap rotor and dizzy
are shot put new dizzy in and it centered the hole when timing it no
bogging no leaking runs great !! Thanks for nothing
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Old 03 Aug 2009, 11:22 pm
Stewart
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?


"trialnterror" <trialnterror@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:e1208024-3829-4f28-b707-cae1e367aa13@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com...
On Aug 3, 11:35 am, trialnterror <trialnter...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 2, 7:15 pm, trialnterror <trialnter...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Well I have a 1992 Honda prelude si 4ws that I did a h23 to h22a4
> > swap
> > in! I got the motor in and it bogged really bad! So I take it
> > apart
> > and notice the flywheel is a couple inches off! Well I decide I
> > don't
> > want to mess with it so I take it to a shop and figure they would
> > be
> > able to do it! Well it's been a week and the guy said ya the crank
> > was
> > off two teeth! But ya he throws the "but" in there! I can only get
> > it
> > to time to 9 degrees and the dizzy maxes out! N he says it's
> > because
> > I'm using my h23 dizzy(distributor) he then goes on to tell me I
> > need
> > to slot the holes out more so he can get 6 more degrees ? Well I
> > take
> > the dizzy off ( this was friday) n tell him I will do it n bring
> > it
> > back Monday ! Well when I pulled it ( the dizzy ) off the cap
> > broke
> > ( little metal piece and so I took n went to Boyds imports to get
> > one
> > sat. Well I begin to tell the guy there what I plan to do n he
> > tells
> > me this," dude I've seen that a hundred times, your exaust cam is
> > off
> > by one tooth that's why u can't adjust it cause the Exhaust Cam
> > drives
> > the dizzy ! You need to go back n tell him to adjust it and don't
> > mess
> > with your dizzy cause it ante right !"

>
> > So can any one verify this happens on a h22a4 with h23 dizzy? If
> > so
> > what can I tell the guy so he will listen to me? What else can I
> > look
> > for to verify this condition?Please help!!!please I want my ride
> > back

>
> Well I went to the shop n it's dead on so looks like I'm going to
> drill it out?

What good is this site no help at all !
Well did my own home work n this is what I found ! Cap rotor and dizzy
are shot put new dizzy in and it centered the hole when timing it no
bogging no leaking runs great !! Thanks for nothing

This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to repost
using it if you wish to solicit responses.


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Old 03 Aug 2009, 11:32 pm
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewartg@american.org> wrote:
>
> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to repost
> using it if you wish to solicit responses.


I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
whatever language he was using. I still am not sure what a "dizzy"
is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...

--
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joe at hits - buffalo dot com
"Hate is baggage, life is too short to go around pissed off all the
time..." - Danny, American History X
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Old 06 Aug 2009, 11:02 pm
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?


"Joe" <joe@spam.hits-spam-buffalo.com> wrote in message
news:slrnh7fefj.q5q.joe@barada.griffincs.local...
> On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewartg@american.org> wrote:
>>
>> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
>> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to
>> repost
>> using it if you wish to solicit responses.

>
> I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
> whatever language he was using. I still am not sure what a "dizzy"
> is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...


We may never know, as we'll probably never hear from whoever it was
again. He must have found usenet by accident.

>
> --
> Joe - Linux User #449481/Ubuntu User #19733
> joe at hits - buffalo dot com
> "Hate is baggage, life is too short to go around pissed off all the
> time..." - Danny, American History X


Great quote from a great movie.


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Old 07 Aug 2009, 06:54 am
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

On 8/6/2009 11:02 PM Stewart spake these words of knowledge:

> "Joe" <joe@spam.hits-spam-buffalo.com> wrote in message
> news:slrnh7fefj.q5q.joe@barada.griffincs.local...
>> On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewartg@american.org> wrote:
>>>
>>> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
>>> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to
>>> repost
>>> using it if you wish to solicit responses.

>>
>> I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
>> whatever language he was using. I still am not sure what a "dizzy"
>> is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...

>
> We may never know, as we'll probably never hear from whoever it was
> again. He must have found usenet by accident.


You guys seem to be complaining about this person's writing skills, but
your reading comprehension skills are sorely lacking. I read the
original message, and the poster included the word 'distributor' in
parentheses when describing the part, at least once.

Next time pay attention. This isn't rocket science.


RFT!!!
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--
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Old 07 Aug 2009, 08:22 am
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

Dave Kelsen wrote:
> On 8/6/2009 11:02 PM Stewart spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> "Joe" <joe@spam.hits-spam-buffalo.com> wrote in message
>> news:slrnh7fefj.q5q.joe@barada.griffincs.local...
>>> On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewartg@american.org> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
>>>> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to repost
>>>> using it if you wish to solicit responses.
>>>
>>> I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
>>> whatever language he was using. I still am not sure what a "dizzy"
>>> is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...

>>
>> We may never know, as we'll probably never hear from whoever it was
>> again. He must have found usenet by accident.

>
> You guys seem to be complaining about this person's writing skills, but
> your reading comprehension skills are sorely lacking. I read the
> original message, and the poster included the word 'distributor' in
> parentheses when describing the part, at least once.
>
> Next time pay attention. This isn't rocket science.
>
>
> RFT!!!
> Dave Kelsen


so, as a rocket scientist yourself, why didn't you answer the guy's
question? [rhetorical]
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Old 08 Aug 2009, 10:41 am
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"Dave Kelsen" <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
news:4a7c15eb$0$23971$9a6e19ea@unlimited.newshosti ng.com...
> On 8/6/2009 11:02 PM Stewart spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> "Joe" <joe@spam.hits-spam-buffalo.com> wrote in message
>> news:slrnh7fefj.q5q.joe@barada.griffincs.local...
>>> On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewartg@american.org> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. The
>>>> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to
>>>> repost
>>>> using it if you wish to solicit responses.
>>>
>>> I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
>>> whatever language he was using. I still am not sure what a
>>> "dizzy"
>>> is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...

>>
>> We may never know, as we'll probably never hear from whoever it was
>> again. He must have found usenet by accident.

>
> You guys seem to be complaining about this person's writing skills,
> but your reading comprehension skills are sorely lacking. I read
> the original message, and the poster included the word 'distributor'
> in parentheses when describing the part, at least once.
>
> Next time pay attention. This isn't rocket science.


Hmm, was that the car distributor or the car parts distributor he was
referring to? I thought I had the answer, but now I'm not so sure.

>
>
> RFT!!!
> Dave Kelsen
> --
> Never test for an error you don't know how to handle.



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Old 13 Aug 2009, 10:45 pm
z
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Default Re: Distributor maxed at 9 degrees?

On Aug 7, 7:54*am, Dave Kelsen <inva...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> On 8/6/2009 11:02 PM Stewart spake these words of knowledge:
>
> > "Joe" <j...@spam.hits-spam-buffalo.com> wrote in message
> >news:slrnh7fefj.q5q.joe@barada.griffincs.local. ..
> >> On 2009-08-04, Stewart <stewa...@american.org> wrote:

>
> >>> This is not a site, it is a globally distributed newsgroup. *The
> >>> predominant language is english...I recommend that you try to
> >>> repost
> >>> using it if you wish to solicit responses.

>
> >> I was going to answer, but I still can't find a translator for
> >> whatever language he was using. *I still am not sure what a "dizzy"
> >> is, but I hope that my car doesn't have one...

>
> > We may never know, as we'll probably never hear from whoever it was
> > again. *He must have found usenet by accident.

>
> You guys seem to be complaining about this person's writing skills, but
> your reading comprehension skills are sorely lacking. *I read the
> original message, and the poster included the word 'distributor' in
> parentheses when describing the part, at least once.
>
> Next time pay attention. *This isn't rocket science.
>
> RFT!!!
> Dave Kelsen
> --
> Never test for an error you don't know how to handle.


yeah, i'm pretty sure the OP could have posted the question in the
King's English and nobody here would have known the answer either.
folks who are doing honda engine swaps and mixing and matching parts
aren't on usenet any more.
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