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Do you guys on here advance your timing yourself or take it to get it done, is it hard. How do you do it or are there any walkthroughs on here. Thanks
 

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Here is a link to the instructions. You will need all the timing tools to get it done.

Timing instructions
 

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If you want it set once, its cheaper and easier to have a shop do it, and with any luck you can get a gaurantee against it slipping.

It takes some skill, lots of time and luck, and the right tools to do it and get it to stay
 

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i say just take it to a shop also... ive got a shop around here that will do it for me for $125, but then again everything is cheeper out here in idaho (except diesel). Im an oregon boy at heart
 

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thats one thing i need to do is advance my timing
 

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well i need to do a lot more than just that
 
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