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    Question Re: Timing on RXP after installing RR Cam

    Jerry, did you find it better to retard the timing or advance it after installing the RR Cam???


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    Jerry, did you find it better to retard the timing or advance it after installing the RR Cam???
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    Please don't take this as being correct but I believe mine was slowed down. There was a thread about three, four weeks ago that touched on this very briefly but was not titled as such.

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    I set my timing to my compression...130psi...It seems to be the best position...Actually Jerry figured that out

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    The RR cam is happiest slightly advanced. When you get your compression to 130-135 you have it right.

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