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A few weeks ago I put an aftermarket distributor in my NAA. I thought it was running decent but with all the rain we've been getting I hadn't worked it any.
It dried up so I used it today but the timing is definitely off. I don't have a timing light but I've always done well by ear. The distributor only wants to make a quarter turn. I don't know if that is normal or not. I feel like it needs to be advanced some but it won't turn far enough.
When I installed the distributor cap I made sure all the wires were in the same place. Backing up the distributor would make it barely run so I moved each plug wire forward one position. It runs decent with that configuration but labors under a load.
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