Timing was off a bit, stator was on "A" which should have been 23°. Set the Kytronik to "0" during the testing which is supposed to be no change or a pass through. It was actually 18° when checked with a timing light. Timing was also fixed through the rev range so I know I selected the correct one. It has a KyTronik, and was set on a curve with 8° retard. So it was going from 18°-10°.
I spent some time checking and finding "0" or TDC. I used my digital angle gauge found "0" twice. Even checked the angle when touching the piston stop and it was the same in both directions. Same as you do when centering and zeroing a degree wheel.
Rotated the stator to the end of the slot was able to get 6mm movement. Checked the timing and I'm now at 24°, turned the Kytronik to "4" and the timing moves from 24° to 18°.
Now we'll see if she generates a little heat, wouldn't get up 190°F.