Ok guys, I need some help. It’s probably going to require someone who knows fast xfi. Even more specifically the dual sync distributor. So I just finished putting me new engine together and into the car. Messed with the tables a bit and got it running. I’m fact once I got it to run it sat and idled mint until I shut it off like 20 minutes later. However during that time that it was running I threw a timing light on it and that’s when I was confused to no end. So my timing light said I had 110 degrees initial timing. So to start I’ll say this. The timing light is a dial back style light but it has buttons instead of a dial. The engine was in fixed timing mode so it should have just read 20 degrees. The car has a FAST crank trigger and a FAST dial sync distributor as well as a FAST XFI 2.0 Ecu running it. So obviously the engine was not running with 110 degrees of timing. It wouldn’t run at all if it had that amount of timing. The car starts easy and idles smooth and sounds great. Oh yeah and I did double check to make sure the inductive pickup was on the number 1 plug. It needs to go in for a tune with a real tuner to get dialed in but I don’t want to bring it to anyone until I have everything checked and perfect so I don’t waste anyone’s time or any of my money. Can anyone help me figure out what is going on?