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post #10 of Old 12-04-2006, 01:08 PM
codmac
 
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do you get any kind of change when you advance and retard the timing? if not, then either your doing something wrong or something is wrong with the car. oh and i would get rid of those bosch plugs, there primarily made for import cars that are running a higher compression ratio. the good old autolight or motorsport sparkplugs are great, i know your using a supercharger so just set the gap to about 35-40.
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