No I know but you can just use some piece of metal and make your own think david had pics on his homepage?
All due respect, forget about either. PERIODWhats the effect of swinging all the way in one direction or the other with this ?
30 * initial / 6* mechanical
6* initial / 30* mechanical
Lol . No I wasn't suggesting I wanted either one of those scenarios. I was asking in order to maybe get an answer that would help me understand what those 2 opposite extreme would do .All due respect, forget about either. PERIOD
You'll never get the weights or the stop bushing right to get 6* mechanical.
FWIW, my LS6 car has 25* initial and 10* mechanical for 35* total. GM points style distributor.
Its just a simple 11 second 100% stock appearing muscle car and it will light the tires up at 50 MPH like it fell out of a tree.
I drive it on the street with the same timing at the track.
And I am not getting into vacuum advance here.
Keep it simple.
Thats cool man ! Car looks plain Jane stock too . What's your initial and mechanical?My timing curve works very well when I nail it out of the hole...on the street or track. Typical 1.6 60 ft. with a stock suspension. Nothing special. Keep it simple.
This car such a hoot to drive....I wish I could take all my TC friends for a blast and show them how easy this is.
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Ok heres the deal . The photo here is the distributor that's currently in the mill .I am getting lost on what , when and where we are at this exact moment.
I run 36-38* total at 2800 rpm and have no clue what idle is. If you have MSD you cannot use most of the modern timing lights. With their dual spark the lower the idle the more inaccurate the reading is. It will bounce around. Does not know which spark to read. A cheep old school craftsman is what I use.