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    Jack64 is offline CHR Junior sMember Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Total Timing-Necessary?

     



    Have completed restoration of my '64 Corvette Coupe with original 327/365hp engine. Entirely rebuilt with pistons, valves, springs, lifters, cam and so forth.

    Just timed (static) at 10 BTDC. Runs nicely.

    Question:
    Is it necessary to also perform Total Timing?
    I don't recall ever doing this in years past, but it has been 43 years since I last tuned this car.
    Input appreciated

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    ((Total Timing-Necessary?))

    Why yes, it certainly is...

    https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...be-set-at.html
    Last edited by DennyW; 06-25-2019 at 04:49 PM.
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    Looks like I am buying a better timing light.
    Thank you....post very helpful
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