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    Vacuum advance after weber install

    Hey Guys curious about the vacuum advance after installing a weber 34/34 (im getting ready to install a 32/36 figured id go ahead and ask the question) there is enough vacuum on the distributor to almost fully advance the timing at idle should i set the timing with the vacuum line hooked up? also how much timing are you running on your G63B 2.0? any comments welcome!

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    Be sure to use the ported vacuum to the advance unit - its located above the throttle plate. Run 7-10 degrees BTDC then adjust from there.
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