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    302 timing question

    Hey guys, I'm having a little trouble getting my timing dialed in.
    I did have it set once where it would break free from a standstill but now it's just bogging down then going and I can't seem to find that sweet spot again. I've been everywhere from 5 BDC to 40 BDC and it runs best between 25-35 BDC. But I'm not sure where it should be with this cam, Any ideas?

    The cam is a Crower 15512
    from website-
    PERFORMANCE LEVEL 2 - Most popular Ford hyd roller grind, blows
    away Chevrolets. Heavy mid-range.
    302 cid / 2400 - 5700 rpm / Redline: 6200 rpm maximum

    Grind/lobe center
    222HR228
    112*

    Advertised duration
    Intake Exhaust
    282* 286*

    Duration @ .050"
    Intake Exhaust
    222* 228*

    Gross lift
    1.6/1.6
    Intake Exhaust
    .496" .512"




    Ignition is motorcraft distributor with autolite platinum plugs and wires.
    Holley 4 barrel, size?
    Edelbrock performer rpm intake
    Stock heads
    It is currently at 29 BDC at idle which goes up to about 35+ BDC when revved. But it is still bogging on take off? Any lower than 25 BDC and it starts to run like crap and runs better in the 35 - 40 BDC when revving range? Is this too much or normal with this cam?

    Thanks

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