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Blank port map form

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I don't know how many of you map ports or want to. but I have included a blank port map in jpg format (like a photo) you can print off and use to map ports.

I tend to print off several at a time and write all over them. I keep a binder of stock and modified port maps for reference.

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The best way to save Wayne's port maps is to right-click your mouse button and select "save picture as..." If anyone is having problem's just e-mail webmaster@stvowners.com so I may forward them.

Thanks Wayne

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great post wayne, thank you cause i mostly have a bunch of numbers jotted down on pages somewhere in the middle of one of my notebooks, im going to clean all that up now!

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Wayne, your doing good.

AS you know, mosta my stuff is.......well......pretty far out there. There is one pretty good way to tell what you are going to get when you cut a 2 stroke.........Tip these readers off to the use of a degree wheel if they havn't already been schooled. I see your blank sheets have the spots for the readings.

ER ;)

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Hey Wayne (or anyone), do you have that port timing in degrees? I need:

Exh port opening ATDC

Exh port closing BTDC

Intake/transfer opening ATDC

Intake/transfer closing BTDC

Also need the 2.5 rod length if anyone knows it. Center to center. ;)

Thanks!

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