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    Timing table! Someone must have insight by now???

    Is been a while since Vtech launched the timing edit function!!! Im guessing someone have some knowledge on this by now????

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    Crank every cell up by 20...... and see what happens ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Crank every cell up by 20...... and see what happends ......

    OUCH i though you like me better than that!

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    I can tell you that the 1800 row is a little over 11psi
    and 1260 is a little over 3 psi
    so the ecu interpolates between the two rows just about any time you running boost
    I changed my 1800 row to 25 and it made a big improvement
    but the best fix is a voltage clap or reducer
    what good is map that when your under boost you go off the table

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    There's no way that table ends at 1800. Wonder why they didn't extend the MAP table to at least 15psi.

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    The more you know and ask questions about timing, the less you will understand about timing. It really is that tough to get your head around.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    I can tell you that the 1800 row is a little over 11psi
    and 1260 is a little over 3 psi
    so the ecu interpolates between the two rows just about any time you running boost
    I changed my 1800 row to 25 and it made a big improvement
    but the best fix is a voltage clap or reducer
    what good is map that when your under boost you go off the table
    Is there any way to translate this values to degrees??

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    The more you know and ask questions about timing, the less you will understand about timing. It really is that tough to get your head around.

    Andy
    For an average joe like me YES! But i know that you have a lot of trick inside that hat! Spill the beans!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    I can tell you that the 1800 row is a little over 11psi
    and 1260 is a little over 3 psi
    so the ecu interpolates between the two rows just about any time you running boost
    I changed my 1800 row to 25 and it made a big improvement
    but the best fix is a voltage clap or reducer
    what good is map that when your under boost you go off the table
    Is there any way to translate this values to degrees??
    He just did. the horizontal row is your degrees of timing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    I can tell you that the 1800 row is a little over 11psi
    and 1260 is a little over 3 psi
    so the ecu interpolates between the two rows just about any time you running boost
    I changed my 1800 row to 25 and it made a big improvement
    but the best fix is a voltage clap or reducer
    what good is map that when your under boost you go off the table
    Any idea why the idle timing is so advance???

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