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Old 06-30-2007, 05:13 PM
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When should I be all in? I have it set 36 at 2,800, would soner or later be better?

55 chevy 71 350, trickflow heads 228/236@110 487/492 lift. Th350 2,500 stall 4.11.
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When should I be all in? I have it set 36 at 2,800, would soner or later be better?

55 chevy 71 350, trickflow heads 228/236@110 487/492 lift. Th350 2,500 stall 4.11.
I'd set it the same way if it was mine. You might try backing off the initial by 2 degrees and try it at 34@2,800 just to see if it likes it or not.
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timing curve

Where you're at now sounds good, maybe get it all in by the time the converter stalls. Only way you're ever gonna know is track times or chassis dyno, you're not going to be able to tell by the seat-of-pants method -- the difference is just too small.
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