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Probably a dumb question, but I'm running a mechanical distributor off a tii (I believe). I need to time off the timing mark, and crank pulley not the ball and bellhousing method.

I have the shop manual with the various timing curves and set-points. Do I use the tii curve or the regular 2002 curve?

Thanks,

Glenn

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Wrong, use the ball in the flywheel method, and set the revs to 2400rpm at all will be sweet, see attached. Beaner7102

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Unfortunately, I do not have a bell housing that has a hole in it, so that option does not work for me. I need to actually dynamically time it with the crank pulley and marker on the timing cover.

Anyone else?

Thanks!

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