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Suzuki DT 2 points gap setting?

I am hoping someone will know what the gap should be set at for a 1985 Suzuki DT 2 obm. I became the custodian of this little dinghy motor and am ready to set the points. I do not have a manual.

I found it! Re: Suzuki Dt2 Timing

.012 to .016 in. (.3-.4 mm)


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