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|I have a 1974 Jensen Healey with stock engine except Strombergs were replaced with a single Weber DGEV32/36 and electronic ignition. I recently purchased the car and trying to get it running smooth, idles rough but runs ok at over 2000 rpm's (or at least seems to). I have been reading quite a bit about timing and cams. My car has 110 mop intake and 115 mop exhaust (at least that's what is on the cam pulleys). Timing at idle (950 to 1000 rpm) is approx. 12 deg btdc.
What affect does this cam combination produce?