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    alky timing

    This is a question i was thinking about,,, i just changed my sbc from gas to alky.. i havent touched the timing.. its set at 37 ..maybe i should dial it back?

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    Me personally I leave mine the same.

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    Re: alky timing

    Quote Originally Posted by dynaguy03
    This is a question i was thinking about,,, i just changed my sbc from gas to alky.. i havent touched the timing.. its set at 37 ..maybe i should dial it back?
    33-34
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    Re: alky timing

    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    Quote Originally Posted by dynaguy03
    This is a question i was thinking about,,, i just changed my sbc from gas to alky.. i havent touched the timing.. its set at 37 ..maybe i should dial it back?
    33-34
    On a SBC?

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    Re: alky timing

    Quote Originally Posted by dparker
    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    Quote Originally Posted by dynaguy03
    This is a question i was thinking about,,, i just changed my sbc from gas to alky.. i havent touched the timing.. its set at 37 ..maybe i should dial it back?
    33-34
    On a SBC?
    yes, only difference i've yet to see when it comes to timing is timing on sb and gas it likes 38-41, big blocks with a good gas carb like 30-34, alky both sb and bb seem to like the 32-35 just depends on the ci and sweet spot. my old sb loved 32
    David Lanning
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    Do you need a driver???? :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dparker
    Do you need a driver???? :lol:
    got that part covered need a typer, this is hard lol very boring cant do much but peck at the keyboard and move the mouse lol
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