posted April 03, 2003 07:40 PM
You would really have to be careful and get it right or else you will be off real easy.The best way to do this is with a degree wheel but it is very time consuming to make EVERY mark,i'd just make the marks you absolutely have to have.
posted April 03, 2003 09:19 PM
summit sells a sweet cover any color your want that just bolts over a stock balancer for 19.99.
they are acurate as heck, i just put it on and check it.
posted April 04, 2003 06:34 AM
there is a different tape for each size of ballancer
posted April 04, 2003 09:12 PM
i degreed mine at tdc and every 90 degrees to set valves and i degreed my base 34 degrees of timing. i did it using strips of sheet aluminum that i could cut to length, a digital caliper, and the formula in the toolbox. seemed to work real well.
posted April 06, 2003 02:02 PM
Check out the toolbox on this website. It has a calculator for timing marks. Then you can thank Jammin for putting it on there.