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Old 01-13-2014, 07:40 PM
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timing for propane

i have a 1994 f250 351w c6 auto on straight propane. i need to get it though an emissions test so i want to check the timing.

my question is where is the timing supposed to be on this setup .
i am also assuming that this engine uses a spout connector and that it should be disconnected in order to check and set timing.

any propane guys out there .

p.s. my keyboard cannot produce question marks or hyphens, so i am not as dumb as i appear in text .
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Old 01-14-2014, 12:36 PM
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Depends, If the dist was recurved approx 6deg over gasoline intial. If not or it is not limited in some way no more than 3 or 4
The problem is total advance. Most LP engines run best at 28-32 degrees total advance.
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