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94 Full Size Blazer Again


Alright here we go again...Here's the deal, I got a 94 5.7l 350 and I just replaced the heads and intake with vortec, changed the cam to, along with the lifters, pushrods, and put roller rockers on it.


I'm in the process of trying to time it and I disconnect my timing connector( thanks Doug) it idles a little rough and again no real power in gear...When it's in park and I gas it I get no backfires or misses. Could this mean my distributor is off by a tooth on the gear, not real sure I figured I could make that up by turning the distributor.


Any help would be wonderful...


Paul Q.

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After disconnecting the timing connection, you should time the engine for

0 degrees with the timing light , if it is not there then turn the distributor

for 0 degrees and lock it down and reconnect the timing connector.


Black Bart

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