All the ATS reading I have done in regards to the steel framed bikes shows they are set up differently than the Cross bikes and Visions. They don't seem to like to much timing. Unfortunately you will be tinkering with this thing till you get it out on a good hot day which is when you should make your final timing adjustment. Call Lloyds and ask them which is a good base to start with. It may be that 4* is too much or just right. Just starting it though will not hurt anything. Listen carefully if you ride it though. The noise you never heard before that sounds like rocks hitting your front fender is detonation. If it shows up right away then back off to 2* and try it. Still a warm day in the future may find you adjusting again.
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