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Originally Posted by billjam View Post
I guess what all this really means is that if timing is set around 5 to 10 degrees after TDC at idle, it should also be about 29 degrees before TDC at 4000 rpm (with vacuum disconnected) if everything is working OK.
Correct?
That ain't how I'd do it, and I wouldn't make that assumption. How about put your light on it, run it up to 4000, dial in your timing and you're done? What's wrong with doing it that way?

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