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Posted: Nov 13 2017, 01:34 PM
Member No.: 639
Joined: 10-August 17
Alright cool, ill look into that breather. When i mentioned earlier that i advanced my timing, i meant at the distributor. The timing marks on the cam and crank are like you said, 12 and 3 cam, 12 crank. But i have the distributor turned so its as far advanced as it'll go without pinging. As it is now, the engine runs great and for the most part got rid of the bog during acceleration. Just wanted to know if itll cause long term damage later on.
Posted: Nov 16 2017, 03:54 AM
Member No.: 14
Joined: 18-November 11
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Outstanding. Well I had an issue with my red bean today. Yeah she bogged down and sounded
like a harley davidson running on 2 cylinders. The problem? One spark lead off the disty. ha.
Ignition timing and running gear are extremely important on our cars. I run 10mm Topgun
ignition leads and either Boshe performance plugs or NGK Iridium IX racing plugs.
Cleaner burn and carries a LOT more charge for ignition.
Try that, you'll be very surprised.
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