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4spta Posted - 16 Oct 2017 : 11:35:07 AM
Hi everyone a long time ago there used to be a chart on the web that showed what the Pontiac center plate number combined with weight numbers what they equal to on a chart in a mechanical Advance does anybody have that chart still
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4spta Posted - 25 Nov 2017 : 03:20:43 AM
Yep thats it. Good info for sure. Something anyone who wants to or has no option but to set up thier own custom curve , as per what thier specific combo requires to run at its best.Its alot of work, Definitely can be time consuming to get it right w/out a Dist. Machine.
phil400 Posted - 18 Oct 2017 : 06:59:53 AM
Here ya go, just scroll down abit.http://www.chevelles.com/forums/2930518-post1.html
4spta Posted - 16 Oct 2017 : 4:29:17 PM
I think the contributor might have been someone who went by the name of SunTuned i think.

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