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timing help

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by JohnDeere, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. JohnDeere

    JohnDeere 1/2 ton status

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    Can any tell me what my timing is. i have looked in my books and cant find anything. Its a stock 350 quadjet with a 7004
     
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    Start around 10* initial with the vacuum advance unplugged. You want I think about 36* total.
     
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    i time mine by feel. just whatever the motor likes i usually keep it there. put it where your ac and alternator bracket barely move and you cant feel the engine rnning in the cab.
     
  4. JohnDeere

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    thats how i have been doing it just by feel and how the egine runs, and throttle response. i was just wanting to see if i got it to the right specs if it would be better
     
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    it might also say on your core support. forgot about that one mine is smooth at about 6.5 degrees
     
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    Yep. Mine is on the top of my radiator support. 0 bdc
     

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