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    Default HyperSpark Timing

    I'm installing the HyperSpark distributor, CDI box & coil on my mild 1967 350. I'm running a Lunatti Voodoo cam 219° intake duration at .050" lift with headers and the 550-440 Stealth Terminator.
    Currently, I'm running a stock distributor with Pertronix ignitor. Base timing is 9° BTDC and total timing of 32°. Install videos I have watched set base timing at 15° with the HyperSpark distributor.

    I'd like some input on the base timing and total timing values given my engine setup. Should I set the new base timing before removing the conventional distributor?
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    I always suggest taking notes of your current distributor's ignition timing specs/curves beforehand, and then program the Base Timing Table accordingly.

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