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Gonna remove this PMS!!

I think i'm gonna remove my PMS and see what kinds number's I can get. Right now my number's are really low for what I have.(see sig) Forged 306, rpm heads and intake and f-cam with cartech ss t64e at 13psi. I know I really don't have a good tune with this thing seeing that I am new to the PMS. I know it has a lot of good tools and function's but I don't have the tuning knowledge or dyno time to get it right.What should I do when I remove this thing? What should I set my base timing at to start with? Will I lose my setting's when I remove it. I know they don't dump when you discommect the battery. Should be the same concept right. Let me know and any suggestions. Thanks. -Jeff


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I have a PMS and I thinks it's the best thing since sliced bread. I have actually controlled my EGT's from a hot/humid night to a cold/dry night. In looking at your motor, it appears your tune would not be really difficult to tune. If you were in So. FLA, I think I could get you in tune. Basically, with your combination, you need to focus on WOT timing. If you want to discuss it, would probably be easier over the phone.

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I have a PMS and I thinks it's the best thing since sliced bread. I have actually controlled my EGT's from a hot/humid night to a cold/dry night. In looking at your motor, it appears your tune would not be really difficult to tune. If you were in So. FLA, I think I could get you in tune. Basically, with your combination, you need to focus on WOT timing. If you want to discuss it, would probably be easier over the phone.
PM me your home # and I'll try to give you a call sometime. Thanks. -Jeff

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I have a PMS and I thinks it's the best thing since sliced bread
I'll second that!

Here is the PMS timing table that I use for my car.

It's a 306 with TFS heads and a single turbo and 5-speed. If you need some help with the other tables, send me a message.

Here is the rest of my PMS setup.

**** Disclaimer **** Use all of the above information at your own risk. Every setup is diferenet but on my car this is a safe setup that I tuned on a dyno!

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Thanks for the help. I'll compare my wot timing to yours and see how far I am off. I just need more dyno time to figure this thing out a little more. Thanks again. -Jeff

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I'd remove it, K.I.S.S. (keep it simple stupid) unless you know what your doin with any aftermarket electronics, they often do more harm then good.

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