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Old 10-08-2012, 02:12 PM   #18
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So some good news! I found a near by shop that specializes in 5th gens! Their Car FX in Tulsa, OK. I talked to the man earlier today and they mainly do boosted cars and he only has 3 Nitrous cars under his belt. Does anyone know by chance what the stock timing should be? I'm thinking i'll just have him pull enough timing for 150 so I can spray whatever up to a 150 and not worry about it. So pull 6 degrees of timing and use BR7EF NGKs plugs?
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:00 PM   #19

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Every car and combo is different you should dyno and track tune it to be 100%. After you get a handle on the tune on the dyno pull an extra 2 just to be safe and make a 1/4 run and immediately shut the car off at the line. Coast to a safe spot off the track and pull the plugs to make sure you fuel and timing are good. Do that until you are happy with the results.

Pulling 6 for 150 is just a baseline and most of the time I have found that the fuel side is always rich with the recommended jets.
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