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Old 03-08-2005, 08:46 AM
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If running vac adv from a manifold source the can will give full advance on deceleration (i.e. at the end of the 1/4). Is this hard on the motor?

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Or turn it over to a professional and have it done correctly, on a distributor machine.
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If running vac adv from a manifold source the can will give full advance on deceleration (i.e. at the end of the 1/4). Is this hard on the motor?
NO, as there is no load on the motor.
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If running vac adv from a manifold source the can will give full advance on deceleration (i.e. at the end of the 1/4). Is this hard on the motor?
I am with rick on this one. There is no load past the stripe, so you can get away with alot of timing with-out any damage...

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Great thread.Thanks Rick Wi.


(I know that it is old,I was searching and thought it would be a good one to bump for folks that have not read it)
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Thank you for this wonderful knowledge base entries. I love to read more from you guys though this thread hasn't been updated yet. I've been searching for so long over the internet regarding the list of distributors. Thanks for reposting this entry!
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