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Old 10-30-2014, 06:17 PM   #1
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Could anyone provide some feedback on my spark table. I am thinking of adjusting it slightly on the new motor and havent been to the dyno yet. I need to get a set of det cans made first. Honestly I still think this is pretty conservative but I still like some feedback. Many Thanks


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I hate to be the one asking this. But can you provide more details on the setup?
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Of course its on a 2560r Toyota Cops 460cc rx7 inj and running 93 octane

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Im not familar with difference in winter/summer fuel. the low in my part of the state is around 40 through out winter. Its still in the 80s right now
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Yeah, i mean i guess it depends on your fuel.

I was at 15 - 16* and started getting some knock in boost due to shitty fuel. Backed it down to 12* and the knock pretty much went away.
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you either tune properly, for mbt, or until you find knock threshold, or you stay conservative.

that said, we tuned my friends 8.6:1 BP at 15 psi and 16 tapering to 18 and he's been absolutely raping the car for the past 2 years with no problems
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So whats the best DIY det can. Their are so many out there im skeptical. What are you guys using?
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so many? there's pretty much two: electronic and non
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so many? there's pretty much two: electronic and non
Duhh I can figure that. Just curious on electronic det can approach.
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http://www.autospeed.com.au/cms/article.html?&A=0353

I think I'll do this. Seems super ****** easy.
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