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Re: timing



Hi Bob

It could be a much simpler fix. Maybe the distributor is 180 deg out? Backfiring through the carb would be a classic indication of that.

Good luck
Lyle 

On Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 12:34:16 AM UTC-4, Bob Turner wrote:
I changed cams a while back. I tried to start it up and it backfires through the carb.
 Does it sound like I did not line up the marks on the timing chain right ( 180 ) out ?
 Is there any way to tell besides taking the timing cover back off?
  What would be a good gasket to use?
          Thanks

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