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Timing 1997 HP500??

Old 08-13-2005, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by JaayTeee
The v6 module has a shorter advance curve.

It's generally used to help idle quality
on supercharged, or big cammed engines.
Not to steal your tread, but I have the thunderbolt IV, how can I tell if it's a V6 or V8 module by looking at it?
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If you look over the back of the engine at the module, it is stamped into the face of the ignition module. It will be stamped as V6-14, V8-HP or V8-20. Something like these.

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