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Edelbrock 6067 timing questions.

Post  Tennessee Bullitt on May 9th 2012, 9:17 am

I have got my factory 460 bottom end together with edelbrock 6067 heads with the 75cc chambers. What is a good inital timing and a total timing to start with? It's a 73 shortblock with a comp 260H cam in it. And last I am planing on running 110 fuel, is it best to set timing for that kinda of fuel or just do a pump gas setup and bump the timing up for it. The motor is about 9.5:1 compression there about.
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Post  dfree383 on May 9th 2012, 9:45 am

if its a 73 dished bottom end your wasting your time with 110 octane fuel, infact it will cost you power.

just run 91-93 pump gas.

32 is a good place to start.
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Post  dfree383 on May 9th 2012, 9:45 am

double Post, Sorry
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Post  69F100 on May 9th 2012, 6:25 pm

Tennessee Bullitt wrote:I have got my factory 460 bottom end together with edelbrock 6067 heads with the 75cc chambers. What is a good inital timing and a total timing to start with? It's a 73 shortblock with a comp 260H cam in it. And last I am planing on running 110 fuel, is it best to set timing for that kinda of fuel or just do a pump gas setup and bump the timing up for it. The motor is about 9.5:1 compression there about.


Wonder where them head came from pirat How much work did you do on the heads. I would start at 32* and I agree I run it on some good 93 and not worry about the 110
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Post  Tennessee Bullitt on May 9th 2012, 8:09 pm

Don't reaaly know where they came from.... Very Happy Very Happy . I matched them to the standard gaskets but they look like a small SCJ port. All nice and smooth, nothing crazy. I matched up a weiand stealth with them so it should be good to go. I am in the shop working on it now, I will get some pics later for ya to check it out. Awsome setup, should run really well.
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Post  69F100 on May 9th 2012, 8:41 pm

Tennessee Bullitt wrote:Don't reaaly know where they came from.... Very Happy Very Happy . I matched them to the standard gaskets but they look like a small SCJ port. All nice and smooth, nothing crazy. I matched up a weiand stealth with them so it should be good to go. I am in the shop working on it now, I will get some pics later for ya to check it out. Awsome setup, should run really well.



Good luck on it,I hope to fire mine off Sat after I get the rocker arms changed out my Harland Sharps was robbing on the springs just a tad so instead of machining the rockers I bought the rockers that Mike had on the A429s when he had them and saving the mine for my dove heads.as a back up engine if I ever need it.
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