Initial Ignition Timing Angle

This angle is calculated from the first NE signal that follows a G signal. The ignition occurs at a fixed crankshaft angle, approximately 5°-10° BTDC, regardless of engine operating conditions, and this is called the initial timing angle.

Timing Rotor

Point (A)

Point (B)

G Signal Timing Rotor And G Pickup Coil

G Signal


NE Signal Timing Rotor And NE Pickup Coil


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