Last week I started up the engine on my restoration project for the first time. When I set the timing, which right now is at 2 degrees BTDC, two things occured to me. First the pointer is so big it would seem that accurate setting is pretty tough to do based on looking at the pointer in relation to the nice degree marks on the pulley. Second is, todays fuel is nothing like what this engine once ran on so that will affect where it runs best. So wondering what you folks out there set yours at and if you have a certain way to get it done with some degree of accuracy. Or do you give the distributor the old twist and runs good there routine?