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Anyone have distributor curve info for a carbed 2.7?

Does anyone have any good distributor curve data to use for my carbed 2.7 with e cams? I ordered a programmable distributor and was trying to get curve info for when it arrives.
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What carbs?
What manifolds/exhaust?
etc etc
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Most importantly, what octane fuel will you use?
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I will be using 92/93 octane gas.

Here is my setup. My car is used for spirited street driving. I was interested in lowere ebd torque and power than high rpm power.

Carbs- Weber 40 ida 3c- 34mm vents
Manifolds- not sure however they were CNC matched from the Webers to my heads
Heads- intake port 35mm, exhaust port 32mm (cleaned up on flow bench). Valves 46/40
Exhaust- 1 1/2" headers.
Stock 2.7 crank, rods, cylinders, 9.5:1 pistons
Camshaft- E cams
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I received my new distributor today. Very quick shipping. Appears great and very solid.


Any recommendations for a starting point for the curve would be greatly appreciated.
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Porsche stock curve for 2.7- 2.4 T, E, and S. The only thing different was the rev limiter.
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