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Mel Foye 
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Mel Foye
Reg: 09-29-00
05-27-21 10:36 AM - Post#2820641    
    In response to Airlifter

  • Airlifter Said:
Rausch, I think is going to get an after market gauge to check accuracy of stock gauge.

Drtyler, the timing was 12 degrees. I had adjusted with vacuum gauge. I backed off to 6 degrees this morning to see if that makes any difference.

Thanks, Pete


Pete, I am NOT a 261 guy but I have some thoughts. 1) adjusting timing by vacuum is not a good method. By timing light is the way. Remove and plug the line to the dist. b4 checking. 2) what is the initial called for the 261?

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