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V8 timing on series 3 with new dizzy


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I have changed over the dizzy as part of my engine replacement and need to align the timing with the top dead centre of the engine which I have done based on the book but I have seen lots of ways to test this and wanted to know if anyone else had changed a V8 over and replaced the dizzy with their original one.

Is this something I should pay a garage to do,

Thanks

Robert

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Is it really that easy. Just wanted to check from someone thats done it before I go to the trouble.

Which part of it is causing you trouble? A search of the forum (probably Range Rover forum would be best) should yeild a few posts on timing.

Personally I'd ditch the lot and go Megasquirt'n'EDIS, set the timing from the laptop :P

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