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Hey guys,

I had a problem with antifreeze leaking all over my motor... found out it was the connector going from the intake manifold to the rear heater. so, I decided it was a good opportunity to uprgade my intake manifold as they had to remove it anyways. so I installed the edelbrock preformer intake.

Now, the mechanic never noted the timing before they removed the old intake, and now they dont' know where to set it. tried at 0, then 1, 2 degrees (notches I guess) and it still bogs down, and shifts poorly, and has a lack of smooth acceleration as it shoudl for a motor with as much work as this one has.

PLEASE HELP ME HERE!

its a 1993 350 TBI. Motor was rebuild about 35-40,000 kms ago. I had the following work done so far so you have an idea.

Flat top RV Pistons
RV Cam
Performer intake
Flowtech headers with 3" from collector back
msd ingnition box with coil, wires distributor etc.
KN Cold air intake

we also just changed the fuel filter.

Where shoudl I set my timing? because obviously where it is is not working right now.


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Do you still have the stock ECU controlled distributor in this engine, or did you upgrade to something else?
 

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make sure the spout is unplugged when adjusting the timing
 
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