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advancing efi timing '88 460

By turning the dizzy I gain gobbs of throttle response and power is there a way to advance my initial timing and not mess up my total? Can the springs be replaced like the earlier models?

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Timing should be total of mid to low 30's all in before 3000 rpm. If you change initial it will change total advance. How much total do you have and when does it all come in?

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