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    300x timing

    Does any one know the factory timing degree through out the rpm range, strongly considering a stand alone and wondering if a few degrees of timing is worth the money...

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    Not with out more fuel and air.

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    if he bought a stand alone those wouldn't be a problem either. yes its worth it

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    How do you add fuel when the injectors are at full capacity already ? With outgoing with bigger injectors that is.

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    Run the injectors harder with the mapping in his standalone , didnt say it was the best solution but it does the job

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    Up the fuel pressure with a bigger pump. Cheap easy and safe. The main reason that the standalone is a good idea is because you can map the ecu based on boost, it will pull timing as a function of boost if you want it to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    Upping the F/P will increase flow through the injector at the same Ms opening time , it wont increase massive amounts , But it can fill the gap.

    Waz
    Im using a stand alone and bigger injectors, pump, reg and so on. Need to know the stock timing to raise a few degrees but need a number to know what factory is not to go over board...

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    Thats asking alot.... You know what it takes to figure out stuff like that on your own hahahaha weeks, months, years countless dollars of good gas, and if your not lucky pistons and motors. If someone tells ya let me know too

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    buy a motec then you will get your answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    buy a motec then you will get your answer
    Dont hold out, sharing is caring...

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