Re: Rotor pointed @cylinder 2?
Remember, number 1 is where you make it in the distributor. Don't worry about where the rotor is pointing in relation to cylinders. Follow your marks, make sure you are on the right stroke, and place the distributor in. Then where it is at, is number 1. You can re-stab the distributor to get it where you want it to be if you had the rotor turned in such a manner that it won't allow you to make adjustments due to where the vacuum advance is. If it doesn't fire up almost immediately, (with minor adjustments to dizzy), you are on the wrong stroke more commonly known as being 180 degrees out. Pull it, rotate the engine one turn, re-stab.
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