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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-29-2000, 08:19 AM
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Advanced timing for a 360

I just got done replacing the bearings in the lower end of my 360 even though it went through a total rebuild about 5000 miles ago. The main bearings were bad giving me low oil pressure and rod bearings were wearing bad on the top half of the bearing. A friend of mine said the rod bearings could be a sign of the timing being too high. I have the timing set at stock with the vacuum line disconnected but the advanced timing I never messed with even though I installed a mallory uni-light distributor right after the rebuild. When checking the advanced timing it was at around 45 deg when fully advanced. Is this close to stock or should I adjust the advanced timing?

THE DIFFICULT WE DO IMMEDIATELY, THE IMPOSSIBLE TAKES A LITTLE LONGER...
 
 
 
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