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02-13-2003 03:18 PM
Frisco [quote]Originally posted by DoubleVision:
<strong>12 degree`s BTDC base, 36 degrees in by 3000 RPM.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I agree with the above as to the 'Total' advance of 36 degrees in at 3000 RPM. Could possibly go up to 38. If you experience any pinging under a load, drop down 2 degrees at a time until the ping goes away. You may actually be higher than 12 degrees at the initial advance since you do not have a vacuum advance on your distributor. The current setting of 4 degrees is much too low for good performance. Good luck and ENJOY!!!
02-13-2003 03:05 PM
DoubleVision 12 degree`s BTDC base, 36 degrees in by 3000 RPM.
02-13-2003 02:44 PM
350 timing

i have a 69 nova with a 350, edelbrock victor intake, holley 750, mallory dual points mechanical advance distributer and a little cam, my timing is at 4 before but i dont think it has all the power it should...what do yall think the timing should be set at? appreciate any help thanks.

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