Yes that’s what I meant. I’ll change it now and then start it up, and then change again to make sure there is no fuel left. Have already put in oil in the cylinders and turned the engine one round.No.. please change the oil now before startup. Gas is a not a lubricant at all. If you can smell it in the oil, then it is too much. There is no good reason to take a chance with a new engine. If you put a little bit of oil in the cylinders now, that is to replace the oil on the cylinder walls that got washed off by the gas. I would run a compression test; I am not sure it is important if you do it now.
Keep your ear open for knocking (detonation) when you get up to middle RPM's and wide open throttle on the road tests. Do you know at what RPM's the advance reaches the full 36 degrees?
I will As for what I have read around 3000 should be the target but I will have to test at see how I works. I just took a light spring from an other distributor, so I will have to test and see how it goes.
Again, thanks for all the help.
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