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11-22-2007 10:21 AM
kizer The motor has been rebuilt stock except for harden seats for unleaded gas. Has been run for about 30 miles. Has a smell of gas in the exhaust and is sluggish at times. I timed it by sound but now I have a tach and timing light. It is a 327 with a stock 65 Holley, HEI and automatic transmission. If someone could give me the degrees and the best procedure to get it to the sweat spot for street driving. Thanks.
11-21-2007 06:26 PM
Bumpstick Stock cam...? If so a good starting point would around 8-12 degrees BTDC... Compression and overall condition of the engine will also need to be considered...
11-21-2007 05:47 PM
65 impala 327 timing

I need to know the degrees of timing for a 1965 impala with 327 engine, hei, and an automatic transmission. Any information would be great.

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