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timing adjustment on 10-12psi.

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by kell211, Sep 23, 2003.

  1. kell211

    kell211 Member

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    i know i need to retard the timing for the boost, .75 degrees per pound of boost, is that correct? but i'm also wondering about the idle on my car. i just got it all together and the idle fluctuates between 600-800 rpm's, feels like it surges. when i adjust the distributer counter clock wise (looking from the passenger side) i can cure it up. i think that direction is retarding it, isn't it? should i do this until it idles correct or what? or should i let it idle rough. just tell me what i need to know. i also put colder plugs in the car (bkr7e), do those cause the car to run or idle any different?
     
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    any suggestions on how i should set the idle, anybody??
     
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    what tools do you have at your disposal? (I.e. chipped ECU, hondata, MSD BTM, etc)
     
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    e-manage and the profec to interface with it.
     
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