One tuning trick that may help is to use the dist advance springs from a turbo engine. The primary spring is a bit lighter and allows the timing to come in a bit faster. That can get you better throttle response but keeps your total timing at higher RPMs the same.
I realize every setup is differant... That's what Ive found on my engines.
Ok i do find this interesting, now i have been on rock auto and seen pictures of the starion distributor and cant help but think it looks the exact same as the spare one i grabbed from a 1982 lebaron, do you think the lebaron has the same lighter weights?
-------------------- 1989 Mighty Max 4WD 2.6 Auto EFI...megasquirt! 4.65 Rear LSD!
1989 Mighty Max 2WD 2.6 5 speed slammed
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