9.5:1, and,298/301 lift,218/224 dur,110 lobe...
However Im getting a little bit of dieseling whenI turn the engine off.
36-38 deg total is very common for pump gas motors running on 93 oct pump fuel with moderate compression.
But setting timoing for total only on street is wrong thing to do!
Why,that because doing that often leaves base timing very retarded ,just how much depends on what mech adv setup is in dist at the time.
For example,if your running a stock gm point type dist even one with a point conversion/elimination kit in it often came with 25+ deg mech adv in them .
So if you set total timing to for example 36 deg and the dist had 25 deg mech adv 36 total minus 25 deg mech adv = 11 deg base timing.
And even your mild cam needs a min of 16deg if not 18 deg for best perf so in that case base timing would be 5-7 deg retarded which is a lot and kills perf in all rpm esp comming off idle in rpm below where mech adv is fully in.
Run on/dieseling using todays non leaded lower octane ethenol'd pump fuel in old school sbc/bbc motors is generally caused by motor needing a bit more octane,running a bit too warm overheating carb & fuel with ethenol thats more sensitive to hot temps then higher octane leaded fuel of 40 yrs ago,retarded base timing making you have to set idle screw in so far to get decent idle speed prim throttle plates are out of idle trans circut with motor idling on mains,idle speed set too high,too hot of spark plug heat range to the mix can also help promote run on/dieseling too.
My bbc with mild perf cam little more agressive FT perf cam then yours & approx 9.8 comp with 20 deg base/38 deg total & 10-12 dev vac adv (proper street perf timing curve) doesnt run on at all on 93 oct pump fuel when shut down idling at 900-950rpm in 90 deg outside temp .
But it will at times detonate @ WOT on 93 fuel on hot days so if i know i will playing arround a bit i add real lead booster to increase 93 pump fuel to aapprox 98 octane leaded fuel.
And keep in mind when the 60's chevy muscle cars were sold new like for examply an l34 396/350hp 10.12 comp bbc chevelle came with sticker stating it required a min of 98 octane/Premium leaded fuel and people expect these old school motors to run just fine on a total different formula pump fuel thats lower octane,non leaded with ethenol added.
Your 9.5 comp est might be a bit higher if block and or heads have been decked/cut -resurfaced for flatness and better gasket sealing etc making the est 9.5 per piston mfg closer to 9.6-9.7 and maybe even 9.8 with a lot of decking of block & heads.
Bottom line is with the cam/comp your running in your 396 maybe now 402 if bore .030 for rbld bbc will run very well with approx 18 deg base timing + 18 deg mech adv all in by 2600rpm or so for 36-38 total with a min of 93 oct fuel and will likely need a hit of real lead booster to get closer to 97-98 octane for best perf,most power with no run on.
I have a lot of yrs exp setting up old school sbc/bbc street perf motors in moderat to farily hot perf lvl and they always do well starting with the street perf timing curve i suggested for your motor.
Adding vac adv hooked to full mint vac limited to 10-12 deg max also helps with idle,better off idle throttle responce,more power,better mpg,cooler running esp at idle in traffic ,etc.
I use crane cams vac adv limiter plate avail from summit to reduce/limit stock vac adv from its 20+ deg to 10-12 deg max.
So with 36-38 total + 10-12 deg vac adv you have roughly 46-50 deg timing when at part throttle low load cruise which is good.
Hope this helps you out.