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Question Timming questions..........

What would be the bennefit of locking you timming to a specific degree ???? So instead of running around with the timming set @ 10 then seeing 26 @ WOT, would just setting it @ 26 then pulling the spout out be more bennificial??? I think it would tend to cause a broblem with tip in detionation, but have never tried it. I have a chip that gives me 16 degrees @ WOT on side "A" and 23 degrees on side "B", I think this is safer but am I giving up Horsepower??? THANKS



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Locked out would give you better off idle throttle response. Of course, if you run into pinging when lugging the motor, then you need to use a spout connector. I have seen some streetable serious cars who like running with the timing locked out.

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