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I was wondering what degree I should set my timing at on my engine? I set my timing at 14 and it sounded awesome, but then it wouldn't crank. I also need to know what I should set the fuel pressure at.

Here are the specs on the engine:

Summit block with a 347 stroker kit
Hawks racing Nodular crankshaft
Hawks racing forged I-beam rods
Keith Black .030 forged flattop pistons w/valve reliefs
Trick flow twisted wedge heads 2.02/1.60 61cc chamber, 170 intake runner, 66 exhaust runners.(Ported & polished)
Trick flow hydraulic roller camshaft 221IN/225EX 0.499/0.510 lift.
Compcam Noisy geardrive
Trick flow full 1.6 roller rockers.
Trick flow upper and lower intake.(Ported & polished)
MAC longtube headers
FoMoCo 24lb injectors
BBK 70mm TB
Granitelli 75mm MAF cal.24#'s and CAI
BBK CAI
BBK 70mm EGR spacer
C-4 trans w/ 10inch Stall.
FoMoCo 4.10 gears
MSD Pro-Billet Ready-To-Run EFI Distributor
Taylor 10.4 blue wire set
Summit high output coil
255lph fuel pump
BBK fuel press reg.

Thanks for any help you can give.

Mike
 

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its all by ear when you go into toys go to highest rpm then back off 3 degree's
 

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Stock timing regardless is 10 degrees. Thats where my timing it set on my stroker. I have chip that was installed at the dyno shop and I know he has the timing advanced electronically. I do not know the details. Good luck
 
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