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    Advance timing mod

    Know I might get yelled at but some one please show me some pics on how to do the advanced timing mod please or a link to a thread that explain how to do it clearly please


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    For what ski?

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    Its the same for all of them, you slot the wheel and crank it over.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=80051

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    Its the same for all of them, you slot the wheel and crank it over.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=80051

    Sean
    The reason I asked is, as I'm sure you know, it isn't recommended to do it on some skis - like the 300x... Do you recommend it for a 15F?

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    I have 150 hours with 6 degrees extra on my 12f. Its at 242 hours total no issues.

    On my 15f im running 38 or 40 degrees total timing which is 8 more than stock I think.

    I wouldnt do the timing on anything other than a 250 by cutting the wheel. If you want to advance you SHOULD use the cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    I have 150 hours with 6 degrees extra on my 12f. Its at 242 hours total no issues.

    On my 15f im running 38 or 40 degrees total timing which is 8 more than stock I think.

    I wouldnt do the timing on anything other than a 250 by cutting the wheel. If you want to advance you SHOULD use the cover.

    Sean
    For the 250's you can use a 260 ecu. It's the safest 4 degree timing bump you can get.

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