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Default Timing numbers after about two weeks. - 02-19-2022, 02:56 PM

So Iíve had my JB4 installed for about two weeks and still seeing what I think is a decent amount of timing being pulled. Correct me if Iím wrong. Iíve used 93 from two different gas stations. This is roughly my 11th log in map2. Others logs have been better with the timing but still seeing highs of 3.8 on those. It varies from cylinder to cylinder and I see no clear pattern aside from timing being pulled across all to varying degrees. The car feels strong and smooth. Maybe Iím being over cautious and should just enjoy it?


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Default 02-19-2022, 04:48 PM

Some cars just want less timing advance than others. Maybe the 93 in your area isn't that great or is cut with some additives. Overall though since it's just map2 I wouldn't be too concerned.


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Default 02-19-2022, 04:50 PM

Sounds good to me, I’ll obviously keep an eye on it but I’ll keep on enjoying myself.

Thank you for your response!!! Really good feeling having you guys on top of your game.

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Default 02-21-2022, 07:56 PM

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Sounds good to me, I’ll obviously keep an eye on it but I’ll keep on enjoying myself.

Thank you for your response!!! Really good feeling having you guys on top of your game.
Might want to consider investing in a really good FMIC. Like the Mishimoto unit. If you lower your IAT’s it will help a lot. Of course WMI would solve it too.
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