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Timing curve

Was wondering if anyone was using moates quarterhorse /binary editor and would like to post there timing curve. Mine is set at 10* on distributor and 20 at 900rpm then I add timing up to 30* then as soon as boost comes on at 2700rpms I pull it back to 20* then back to 17* alittle at a time. Im only running about 7psi on my boost gage and running 11.5 on my wideband in boost. Im having a problem breaking up at wot when it gets warmed up really good (driving for awhile) Could it be that Im getting alot of heat from the downtube transferring to my cai piping and fuel lines as I have a sn95 running on3 turbo. Im running premium fuel.

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