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Technical Article: Mapping Your Advance Curve

By John Hinckley
Used here with permission.
Copyright John Hinckley


The objective of this article is to show how to verify the operation of these systems and make necessary corrections at home, using ordinary tools; there’s no need for a classic Corvette owner with average mechanical skills and a few basic tune-up tools to pay shop rates to have this work done – you can do it yourself and get to know your car better at the same time.

The 7-page PDF article is linked below.

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