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- CYO Supporter
- Posts: 48
- Joined: May 28th, 2015, 5:31 pm
- Vessel Info: 1984 Carver 2687 Monterey
- Location: Springfield, GA
- Been thanked: 4 times
On our race car engines we lock the timing out and that puts the timing in full advance at all times. For starting I program the ignition box to retard the timing 10 degrees to make starting easier and avoid kickbacks. Drag race engines essential run at wide open throttle all the time, so vacuum or centrifugal advance is not needed.
- CYO Supporter
- Posts: 157
- Joined: April 4th, 2016, 4:02 pm
- Vessel Info: 1998 Carver Marnier 350
- Location: Seattle
- Has thanked: 1 time
- Been thanked: 17 times
It starts as it should and sounds great. Boat is up and running and ready for Desolation Sound....
May 5th I'll be moving it from Dagmars in Everett (Dry dock) to Pt of Edmonds, in a covered slip.
- Posts: 1025
- Joined: July 30th, 2015, 8:15 am
- Vessel Info: 1998 355 AC/MY "Deja Vu"
- Location: Savannah, NY
- Has thanked: 5 times
- Been thanked: 123 times
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