Use inductive timing light. Clip timing light leads on batt & no. 1 wire. Keep wires out of the way of fan, etc. Let car idle. Point light at balancer & pull trigger. It will flash when no 1 fires. See where the line on the balancer is in relation to pointer on timing cover. This will tell you where timing presently is. It should be a few degrees advanced. IF you need to change- Loosen clamp distributor just enough to allow it to turn. (no more or it will hop & may have to reinstall-when running, cam gear pushes them up) Keep wrench handy. Use the light again & turn dis. slowly while running& you will see timing move as well. When it is where you want, tighten clamp.
You need to check initial-at idle
Total-with vac advance opening plugged at around 3k rpm (when it's all "in")
Total with vac advance operational. This way you can check total advance including mech & vac & see if both working. You should check recommended initial & total for your engine. They tend to like a lot of initial, but that effects your total & you don't want total to go too far beyond 40 degrees or you get nasty preignition.
The spring goes down.
the big block will bolt right to the small block motor mounts but they do make big block motor mounts that you can buy and install on the 66, it lets the engine sit a little lower and further to the drivers side.
There is a mark on the timing chain cover behind the harmonic balancer(behind the crank pulley). The harmonic balancer also has a slot cut in it so that you can line the crank up with the mark on the timing cover. The mark on the timing cover should sit at the 2 o'clock position or the 12 o'clock position. My 96 Chevy 305 is at the 2 o'clock position.
The ignition timing is controlled by the ECU, and is not adjustable.
Yes and no. I do believe timing is everything, but you can't just sit around waiting for everything to come to you.
The molecules in oil are too big to fit into your pores so they just sit on your skin. Overtime that will block the sebum production and clog pores.
It's just big enough to sit on but not too big for my britches.
Just big enough to sit two people.
its so big i could sit on it well its 29cm normally
Not unless you have a real big butt.I only sit in one chair at a time