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Super easy. Remove the 13mm advance adjustment nut and put some pressure on the backside of the bracket. I use a small nail remover that is shaped like an L. It slides under and with just a little rocking motion it pushes up on the bracket. It takes very little pressure and once the dizzy moves about a cm, you can grab it and pull the rest of the way out.

Take a minute to mark where the dizzy is adjusted in the slide, as well as where the rotor is pointing. It's not hard to line it up after the fact if you forget, but it makes it a no brainer if you mark it.
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