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Re: Stihl 015L module placement
« on: April 29, 2015, 12:13:23 am »
Sorry I asked this tough question here.


I have not done this conversion but didn't your module come with instructions on how to mount it.   Because it should have.

You could remove the plug and put a dial indicator down the spark hole and find top dead center.   Once you have that then mount the trigger you bought so that it triggers the coil for the spark at that location.   Putting a degree wheel on the crank shaft will also let you find out exactly how many degrees advanced the spark will be.   
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