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Username Post: Vacuum Advance- how is it supposed to work?
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Loc: Central New York
Reg: 07-15-09
04-05-10 03:52 PM - Post#1893448    
    In response to Mr. Sinister

Mr. Sinister, great write up. I'm going to be putting my motor back into my Camaro as soon as I get my transmission rebuilt.

I've honestly never understood vacuum advance. My last Camaro was more of a racecar then a street car. I didn't even use the vacuum advance. This one is going to be driven almost daily and I'm definitely going to use the vacuum advance. I want to be able to tune it the best I can.

The information you posted is going to help a lot!



'78 Camaro, mild Vortec head 385 stroker, 9.1 comp. Lunati Voodoo 262/268 hyd. ft. cam, RPM Intake, 650 AVS carb, TH350 Coan 11" 2600 stall, 8.5" 10 bolt. 3:42 posi, 1 5/8" Full length Headers, 2 1/2" Flowmaster Exhaust System.

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