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Username Post: Timing issues
malibu27 
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malibu27
Loc: Harrisonburg
Reg: 03-15-15
12-31-17 06:02 AM - Post#2719512    
    In response to malibu27

I forgot to mention that I did already install heavy springs in the distributor. It didn't seem to make a difference. I also custom ground the weights to try and get more advance out of it. I know you normally want around 34 degrees of total timing. Again, grinding the weights didn't seem to make a difference. I was able to get about 20 degrees of advance after I ground the weights.
'83 chevy K20, 383, Scat Crank, Comp Cams 08-408-8, Etec 170's, sm465
'97 chevy 1500 Silverado, 350, 4L60E

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