I just tried calculating the compression ratio which came out to be 9.7:1, but I can’t tell you how accurate that is given the limited information to calculate it.Those compression test numbers look good. Could indicate a higher than stock compression ratio. Higher cylinder pressures won’t like ignition timing that’s too far advanced. The advice to cut the initial timing back to 10 is good.
So you don’t have a way to confirm fuel at wot? I’d recommend getting your wideband figured out. At least you can remove the notion it may be fuelingUnfortunately, we welded a socket on our stock distributor so we could prime the rockers with oil. Just because the fuel pressure is good, could I still be getting insufficient fuel volume? We pulled all the spark plugs Friday and probably 6/8 had white tips which was, I'm assuming, caused by a lean condition.
And start an IV using D5W, and transport....STAT.I think this 'turner' guy is not right for you. you don't need a msd box.
I doubt you even need a chip.
Check compression, and timing and verify fuel pressure first then the knowledgeable members can help you better.