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Default 02-20-2020, 09:52 PM

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I always remind people you’ll probably never get “perfect” timing. These cars have timing corrections even stock.

Just keep an eye out for a cylinder lagging behind more than a few degrees, and big timing drops across the board.

Cylinder 5 is also consistently a noisy cylinder in general
How does this log look? Everything looks good to me but it "feels" like it's missing on the top end, like >6k rpm, but I'm not getting any codes and the log looks good. I do want to work on the boost vs. target in the 5000 to 5500 rpm range and the drop in timing between 4000 to 4500 rpm. Any ideas on what might be going on or need to be changed?
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Default 02-22-2020, 09:33 AM

You could bump your duty bias up a bit @ 5k

You have some. Odd decimal points for your boost targets as well, id set those to whole #s

You should have a little more in the car up top, so you can bump boost target up a bit at 6k to redline & then make sure your duty bias bumps up to accommodate


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