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Old 02-12-2008, 10:45 AM   #1
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What does the stock Miata timing map look like? I'm curious how close my car resembles the stock map below boost.
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Why would it matter, the MSPNP map is better then the stock ecu map anyway.
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What does the stock Miata timing map look like? I'm curious how close my car resembles the stock map below boost.
I was basically asking this question the other day; just didn't know how to :gay:

I'm with fourwhls on this one. In my case I just want to compare to see whether I may have done something with potential catastrophic consequences to my engine after installing my MS.

Sorry fourwhls and thanks,

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Why would it matter, the MSPNP map is better then the stock ecu map anyway.
its about the "balance of a genuine mazda spark map." Too much advance upsets the balance of the car.
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My question resulted from the outcome of the 1st tuning session with WI. I was really surprized how much timing my car wanted. I believe I ended up at 25deg at 13psi.

I started with one of Brain's spark maps and know I added 10degs up top. Is this just a WI thing, or pretty common?

Now I only adjusted the timing up top, 3psi+. I need to smooth the map below where I tuned. I can definitely feel where I tuned and where it needs more work.
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