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Old 08-21-2009, 09:34 PM
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Question 318 timing?

what is the timing for 318 with SCC? I have heard alot of different things, what is right?
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what is the timing for 318 with SCC? I have heard alot of different things, what is right?
86 318 12 degrees before top dead center except for high altitude, california and heavy duty which is 8 degrees BTDC.
From Chilton's manual.
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does it not say what the timing should be on the underside of the hood?
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does it not say what the timing should be on the underside of the hood?
I have not seen anything under the hood.
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