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    Jerry this car runs a 11.5:1 static compression...

    Jerry this car runs a 11.5:1 static compression ratio and is one of the few at track that runs 91 octane pump gas. Has seen hard street duty. the only problem we experienced was blowing the ceramic...
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    What kind of engine? What does your timing curve...

    What kind of engine? What does your timing curve look like
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    Everyone I talk to has the mechanical advance WO...

    Everyone I talk to has the mechanical advance WO at 3000rpm, I just seems like there's to many variables between engines to have the number be the same. This is a 381 ci SBC leaves the line at...
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    Also would a vacuum advance be beneficial if this...

    Also would a vacuum advance be beneficial if this car is pulling 2 to 3 inches in the plenum @ 6800rpm crossing the line. On the starting line at 3000rpm (foot braking) the vacuum is up to 8 in. (Not...
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    Tuning the ignition timing curve

    I have a question that involves ignition time. I am not satisfied with the timing curve on my car, I think the car could be going faster. I've got a 381 sbc stroker. with no vacuum advance 12 degree...
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