1966 Mustang (200 CID) Ignition Timing?
I have a 1966 Mustang (Convertible/Straight-6/200 CID/Autolite 1100 Carburetor/C-4 Automatic Transmission). I have replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires, points/condenser/rotor, and set the points gap. My next step is to set the ignition timing. I would like to know what the correct timing is. I've looked online and have seen 6 degrees, but I've also seen 12 degrees. The current timing appears to be set at 8 degrees. Also, what is the best method to set the timing? I've heard of static timing and dynamic timing. Thank you.[/align]
1966 MUSTANG Convertible (I6,Sprint 200,3.3L,120HP,Original owner) (C-4 Auto rebuilt,Autolite 1100 carb) (Power steering,manual drum brakes: F=9x2.25,R=9x1.5) (Dual MC replaced stock single MC) (Factory single exhaust,7.25" rear,2.83 ratio,P205/75R14 tires) (White power top,Candy Apple Red exterior,Red interior).