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Old 06-27-2007, 11:08 PM
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What Should i set my timing at?

This is my new 350 engine. it has a Dyno proven horsepower rating of 370.21 @ 5662RPM and 409.1 Ft. Lbs. of tourque @ 3900RPM and with only 9.23:1 Compresion ratio! and it has over 400 Ft. Lbs. of tourque from 3,200-4,300 RPM!

Engine specs:
350 4bolt main bored .030 to 355cid
steal crank (3.48" stroke)
Sealed power flat top -5cc flat top (9.23:1 compresion ratio)
Speed pro piston rings
Stock rods with Milodon chromoly Rod bolts
all felpro gaskets
heads are chevy heads with a stage 2 port job
Manley Stainless steel valves 2.02int. 1.50 ex.
Comp cams roller tip rocker arms 1.6 ratio int. 1.5 ratio ex.
z-28 valve springs
Comp cams XE268 camshaft
Moroso Chrome oil pan
Moroso Chrome valve covers
comp cams 84000 series lifters

what should i set my timing at?

thank you all in advance!!!
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