You should be able to find that in any Chiltons manual. Read it through as you might have to disconnect the vacuum advance.
Valve timing is not adjustable on a stock engine. The timing chain is either installer correctly or not.
I recommend leaving them stock.
1993 Dodge Shadow stock in reverce.
yes it should
the 2005 Dodge Cummins stock horsepower is 325
If this is a stock engine try anywhere from 4 to 8 degrees advanced.
No, it was not stock.
Dodge & Cox Stock fund is represented by the acronym DODGX. Dodge & Cox Stock fund is an American based stock fund and was founded in November 1930 by Van Duyn Dodge and E. Morris Cox.
The stock size of your tire should be on a sticker placed near the door latch on the drivers door.
if it is the older LA block my guess is roughly 220-230hpType "1987 Dodge Ramcharger" in your browsers search window. You should get many possibilities. carsurvey.org cardomain.comM depends on what motor you haveExample, my 1990 dodge ram charger LX, with a stock 4 barrel carb, 2x4 tranny, 5.7 litre engine, was about 350 hp.i have a 1987 dodge d100 with bone stock 318 60000 miles it has a sad 130 horse it runs good but no balls at all i put on dyno for the hell of it and thats what i got lolLess than 200 hp. After 1979, trucks under went the same de-powering as cars. Also in 1990 Dodge did not have a 5.7L engine. There was only 3 options: 3.9L V-6, 318 (5.2L) or a 360 (5.9L)i take it u don't have a 90 ramcharger, i do tho, a 90 le150 4x2, a 5.7 isn't offered, in 90 they were throttle body injection, not carbs. my 318 5.2 pushes around 220Actually- If your talking about the 318(5.2L) It came with about 156hp and I think @ 250ft lbs of torque. This doesn't sound like a whole lot but TORQUE is where a trucks real power lies. If your talking 360, Im not too sure but my guess would be not a lot more horse than the 318 but should be a fairly considerable amount more of torque... maybe 180-190hp and 280-300tq. btw... great old trucks!!!!
The timing is 2 degrees before top dead center for a stock 400 cid. At least, that is what it indicates on my valve cover. My truck is a 1977 W200 with a stock 400 cid engine. Because of changes in the composition of today's gas, over what is used to be when that label was glued to my valve cover in 1977, many have suggested that it would run better if the timing were advanced a few degrees. Others have said that the carb should be recalibrated as well. Hope that helps.