I had lots of trouble getting my 72 Lemans 350 2bbl running. I finally got it running and set the dwell angle to 30 deg and timing at about 10 deg btc. I had the vacuum advance hose off and the port plugged. It ran but it was rough. And it would stall out if I gave it some gas. Didn't matter if I did it slow or fast. So I played around with the points and the timing and now it runs much better and I can rev it up and it runs great. But my concern is that the dwell angle is now down to 23, and the timing is just past the end of the scale so its probably around 16-18 btc. Those numbers are no where near what they should be but the motor runs so much better. Idle is still a little rough. Am I doing something wrong? Are my tools not working right? I have an old Craftsman dwell meter that was given to me and a borrowed timing light thats pretty old. Also I have 87 octane gas in it.