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Originally Posted by stlrj View Post
Not exactly true.

Whenever you take your foot off the throttle while cruising at 5k or any rpm, as in shifting gears, it pulls the timing back 10 degrees (good for emissions and you'll never notice it) but as soon as you touch the go pedal you get an instant 10 degree kick and throttle response to boot.

Again, them engineers were dang smart!
Your post is very confusing.

The ‘83 dizzy has two vacuum lines. The retard and advance. Agreed? Your previous statement made it sound like retarding timing when increasing rpm is a good thing. The RETARD line doesn’t ADD advance. I don’t understand that logic at all. Letting off throttle is one thing, and I guess I can see where the retard would kick in when lifting off the gas, but retarding timing when increasing rpm makes no sense at all. Please educate me. You always want the advance vac line connected, which is not what we are debating.
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