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Author Topic:   timing and cam degree
Dusty5
Member
posted July 14, 2003 08:39 AM
i have a cam that is 110 top center. we went back to 104. so we could pull vaccum.an when setting the timing does this off set the degrees. like if you want to put it on 36
do you need to go to 30 are 42 dergees to make up for the cam being off.


dirtbuster
Member
posted July 14, 2003 09:32 AM
You would set the timing the same as you always would. Changing the cam location affects valve timing not ignition timing. Ignition timing changes the firing of the spark plug relative to the crankshaft and changing valve timing changes the opening/closing of the valves relative to the crankshaft.


Dusty5
Member
posted July 14, 2003 03:31 PM
with the cam at 104 and not 110 make me run hotter.


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