The only thing I can think of to get started is to find Top Dead Center. Do this by taking out the #1 spark plug and hold your finger over the hole while turning over the engine. When you feel pressure blowing out, that's the compression stroke. Shine a light inthe hole till you see the top of the piston clearly. Now align the rotor in the distributor cap with the #1 spark plug wire. Most cars are set somewhere between 5-10 degrees before top dead center. Without timing marks, you may just have to listen to it until it sounds right. If it pings, it's too high (closer to 10, per say). Turn the distributor the same way the rotor turns in that case. Hope that helps a little.
On the Crank Hermonic Balancer Depending on the year you may not have marks, my 99 has a 3.8 with coil packs, with no distributer you can't change timing unless you do it thru the computer in the car, so there is no need for timing marks.
About 14-16 hands.
around 150 mph