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Username Post: Timing issues
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Loc: Harrisonburg
Reg: 03-15-15
12-31-17 06:53 AM - Post#2719507    
    In response to Shepherd

  • Shepherd Said:
With a set back timing lite you can check the advance curve at any point. If the heads are steel, 10.5 compression is tough to control detonation unless you have an aggressive cam.

I do have a set back timing light. I'll check the advance throughout the curve. The heads are aluminum.
'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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