Posted by EricB on September 03, 2013 at 18:20:01 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: 2-53 DETROIT ?'S posted by TIMAR on September 03, 2013 at 16:56:56:
If the timing is too advanced it will be hard to start. If it's retarded you get easier starting but more sluggish performance. This is less noticeable in a tractor than in a truck with a 53 series. It is vital that the timing pin settings are done with real accuracy as inaccuracy will contribute to unevenness in the firing cycle. The same goes for setting the racks. If the injectors were not replaced when the inframe was done they should be, they are very reasonable to buy. I have found the "1470" timing pin to be the best all round performer in my Detriots. The "1484" (more retarded) makes for easier starts but "doggy" for response.
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