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Old 07-25-2012, 08:49 PM
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A quick run through on the e curve. It has solid state circuitry, no springs and weights. 2 dials to select the curve one for the rev limit. All curves A-T start advancing at 1200rpm and finish at 2000 - 3500 , that way you are not adding over timing as rpm climbs after. What you have to watch is were the iniatial from the e curve starts. If you lock it out with "T" at 25 and give 10 with the dial back light , yes it is a total of 35. The other curves have 25 total but come in at different initals. If you set up a curve that starts at 0 with zero inital, then dial a curve that starts at 10 or 15 defrees at zero, you have to add that to the total. Because if it starts at zero and you place 15 mechanically twisting you are going to start 0 rpm with 20+ degrees and end over 40+ total . Depending how it is set. Makes no sense trying to explain. Ill include a link. If it works the figure 3 diagram shows the curves.

The cruise control accumulator can supply vacuum to the vacuum advance then?



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Old 07-25-2012, 10:31 PM
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Will disconnect my other vacuum accesories and dedicate the vacuum advance line.

The curve selected is F . I have 5 degrees twisted in with the light. Plus the 10 from the F curve is 15 inital. Then starting at 1200 by 3000 rpm adds 20 , totals out at 35 and stops. Vacuum advance is curve 1. Dials set at 0 and 6. limiter is at 5500. Govenor at 5200 shifts. That is how it sits , unless you have some other suggestion.

When it was locked and verified at 35 no vac advance , that felt good. Have not jetted secondaries to .107 yet.

The choke door has also been wired open in case it was sucking closed.

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