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Old 02-10-2014, 04:01 PM   #69
fastblueufo
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Originally Posted by cowboy_Rob View Post
Lol. There's a point of too much timing true. But in most regards the more timing you can safely run the better. Especially when your talking about hybrid setups that in some cases can't even run a stock timing map without knocking
Thats because static cr and quench play a large roll in affective cr with different octane fuels and also combustion chamber design. And not to leave out cam design that affects dynamic cr. An engine doesnt have to run alot of timing to make alot of hp. Ive seen cars run as little as a few * of timing and make lots ofpower
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