Depends on what you are doing when you see the glow. If you're breaking in a cam and running it at 2500 rpm for 20 minutes I wouldn't be suprised, but if you're just messing around tuning and crap at idle for a while then I'd say you have a problem, too lean, too much timing advance. Normally hedders should never get hot enough to glow, even a little bit. I'd be pulling some plugs and taking a look at them to determain if you're running lean. You start mixing lean with advanced timing and you are looking at burning holes in pistons! and it will happen fast, not to mention head/valve problems that can result. Always better to be a bit rich than a bit lean.