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Edis adjustable timing systems,good bad & ugly??

Is there any way of adjusting timing on a eecV edis 5 Ltr efi [Explorer type] ignition for turbo or boost sensitive adjustment ??
Does m.s.d etc have anything for turbo's?? Thanks
It seems the timming cannot be changed!!!


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I'm not sure about the EECV, you should probably post something on the Tweecer board and ask them. I know on my 95 Mustang, the Tweecer does great for adjusting timing.

The MSD BTM should retard timing regardless of the boost source, but if you are going to do the cost and work of a turbo, I'd recommend a chip or an aftermarket computer to make sure it is right.
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