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Greets,

Would someone be so kind as to post tune up specs for my '68 327/275. I borrowed my manual out and never got it back. I'm trying to set dwell with my meter and want to be sure it's right.

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Heck, man, tune it by ear!

Go out and run the dog outa it and come back and adjust accordingly. Oh, and by the way bump the distributor until she kicks back a schosh on starting and then back it off a little. He, He, LOL.

Thats the way I always did it before good timing lights and dwell meters.

My base playing buddy never could get over me doing it that way. I told him I couldn't tune his base guitar by ear, but he could. To each his own.

And yes, I wished I had a Chiltons and I would be glad to tell you. pdq67
 

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The service manual says set it 28-32 degrees, so you'll have to play with it.

Good luck!

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Greets,

Would someone be so kind as to post tune up specs for my '68 327/275. I borrowed my manual out and never got it back. I'm trying to set dwell with my meter and want to be sure it's right.

Thanks!
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327,s 28-32 dwell, timming 8 to 12 degrees, depending on your gas try 10 degrees if no pings should run great. plug gap 35 AC 45s
Good Luck
 
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