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MSD 6010 users. Whats your timing set at?

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Old 03-18-2017, 11:54 AM   #221
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would you start at this same spot if using a 11.8:1 lq9 with 243 heads and a 228/232 .600/.600 110lsa cam. single plane intake.
id just run 10 or 15* at zero rpm, then 26* strait across from 500rpm to top rpm.
26* is a reasonably safe number to start with for an 11.8:1 motor
Dont put any timing ramps in your idle rpm area. If you want to improve driveability, add a couple degrees below the rpm where your tq converter stall's
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a lot of good info after 12 pages lol. Now I can play on my laptop.
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