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  1. Hi Everyone. I am experiencing some trouble with my ignition setup on my M50B29 Vanos engine with Link G4 with V4.10.2 firmware from 2014. Background: The car was initially built in 2011 with a M50B28 non vanos engine with pretty sporty cat cams and have been working fine until I totally rebuilt the engine to a hybrid M50B29 with a vanos unit mounted on an non vanos head to get 7mm valve shafts. head also have dual intake cams from M54 and M50, M54 on intake and M50 on exhaust. This to make the engine a little more calm on low revs. I experienced some troubles with the previous set
  2. Have a G4 on a Subaru EG33, I am having trouble getting the timing correct using a timing light, In "Set Base Timing" I know from other people with the same engine that Offset adjustment should be 60 degrees & Ref Timing 10 degrees. At those setting I can't get a spark on cylinder 4. I can't get any sort of spark unless Offset is set at Zero or 80. When I try any other number the timing light doesn't work for some reasons. You can clearly see that 60 is the right number but I need the spark to work. Also is there anywhere on the G4 software that I can see the voltage that the triggers
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