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RANDY

Timing multipliers

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RANDY    0

Out of curiousity, how often do the "Good" tuning boys mess with this... I noticed at the track with a tune I had to mod since I didn't bring a helmet, I was hitting 30* of timing..

After messing with the multiplier table I got it where it was what I was requesting. Just curious as to what all tables you guys mess with in this stage of a tune??

Thanks..

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RANDY    0

This is the first time I have seen it. 2 out of the 3 logs were 30* till it was changed.

Other than the normal cold timing advance that I have noticed, I have not seen it at the track..

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sweetdiesel    0

I have a timing ECT calculator if you like

it will help your truck from ratling due to increased timing on cold mornings untill your ECT gets up to normal op temp

As far as fuel temps I leave them alone as you would want a lil advance in timing after your fuel is hot...perhaps not as much as GM uses,but I think you would be better off reducing the fuel temp than changing the tune

Cool fuel is cool:rockin: shoot for 80f

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