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    any of y'all run this? i didn't have 1 on my last setup but not sure if i need 1? any info would be appreciated . thanx Jeremy
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    No vacuum advance here.


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    thanx cordog... i figured it all out, i do appreciate the reply. trying to get the float wet by this weekend, work out the bugs etc.

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    It depends upon your application. For an all-out racing application a vacuum advance unit is not a plus as it can interfere with the timing curve but, if you are pulling skiers up from an idle it could prove beneficial to lose some timing at low RPM takeoffs. There was a valid reason the factories put them in our passenger cars for so many years.
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    there is no place for a vacum advance in a jet boat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    there is no place for a vacum advance in a jet boat.
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    There is a few things to work out if using this dizzy! Go to your local parts house and see if they have a curve kit for it! Pull the rotor and replace the springs to the med. to light springs! The heavy springs are to much for a jet boat! Just my .02

    Or lock it out and do without it all together!
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    thanx fellas, going to do without it, i thought that was right but just wanted to make sure

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