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    Some SLX info

    I just wanted to share this SLX info. Sometimes you'll here me say that the SLX ran a little hotter timing. Here's a pic that shows, although the SLX looks very similar in the beginning and end, it hangs a little higher in the mid. That's important to keep in mind when jetting, choosing octane, choosing impellers, tubing, riding two-up, any time you're going to lug her down, load her hard, create additional heat, and hang in the middle somewhere.

    The following chart shows different timing curves for different skis and engine packages.

    The SL used the 02 and 03/05 curve, depending on engine package.

    Same with the SLT.

    The SLX uses the 04 timing curve.

    Look at the gobs of advance the SLX is still running in the upper mid when the others have dipped down off the charts.



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    Wow the SLX does keep that timing advanced quite a bit longer than the others, I'd be wary of running 92 octane while pushing the engine in that 3/4 throttle range. With todays crappy fuels, more compression and/or a heavy load I'd be adding a little juice.

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    Thats a keeper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    Wow the SLX does keep that timing advanced quite a bit longer than the others, I'd be wary of running 92 octane while pushing the engine in that 3/4 throttle range. With todays crappy fuels, more compression and/or a heavy load I'd be adding a little juice.
    BINGO!!!!

    It's not something to be dismissed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    Wow the SLX does keep that timing advanced quite a bit longer than the others, I'd be wary of running 92 octane while pushing the engine in that 3/4 throttle range. With todays crappy fuels, more compression and/or a heavy load I'd be adding a little juice.
    C12 Babby!!!!

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    Well, that might be a little over-kill...........it sure wouldn't take much. LOL

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    are we talking about a domestic slx?

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    This is Fuji stuff. The Domestic engine started in 96.

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    true, but i didnt see a year anywhere..i figured it was fuji but i wasnt sure

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    Domestics are for girls!!!!

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