Originally Posted by Mr. P-Body
Another misconception. In truth, it's easier to get a "stock" timing set "lined up" using a straight-edge through the bolt hole "centers", across the "dots" while at 12 o'clock. This reduces the potential for 'missing' the timing by adding a longer distance to check that the dots are truly "lined up". Of course, degreeing the cam is the REAL way to do it "right". Gimme a break guys, I've only done this a few thousand times... (:-
Yeah, and so what does that prove? You're picking a fight on here with two of the most respected members on this board. And they have basically proved that the six to twelve and the twelve and twelve are exactly the same. So, noob, what exactly is your point? Let me just tell you this: Know-it-alls with attitudes find themselves on people's ignore list really quick around here. If indeed you have done this "thousands" of times, then lose the attitude and share your knowledge in a courteous manner. Have a nice day.