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Old 10-09-2012, 11:09 AM   #4
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Depending on how much is being added in the advance table, this may be a little more timing then I would run.

However, you would probably be alright after a revision or 2 if you run low boost. If you add somthing like 8-10 degrees across the board like some do in the advance table you are running a lot of timing for anything over 12 psi. With that turbo I would imagine the sweet spot being near 20 for a stock block/internals. But you would need to drop timing for this and scale out load.

Looking at the second picture from nsfw it seems like hes running very conservative timing(maybe 91 octane?), but at the loads hes hitting hes in a good area, and gives you an idea of just how aggressive OP's timing will be when boost goes up.

One thing to note, NSFW has avcs, while the OP doesnt. I am sure this will have an effect on lower rpm timing, but even at redline OP's timing is high.
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Last edited by endrswrd; 10-09-2012 at 11:16 AM.
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