Chipset Posted May 6, 2011 Report Share Posted May 6, 2011 I want to ask about the timing calibration , first you lock the timing in a fixed value then you check with the timing gun and change the offset to match the locked value with the timing gun , this is nice and clear but what im curious of is the second feature . The : "Adjust delay so ignition timing is constant over the entire rpm" , what that suppose to be ? to have a rock solid stable value on the timing gun as you are raising slowly the rpm let say form 1000 to 6000 ? Cause what i saw is the when you are varying the rpm its not that easy to watch the mark and looks like that mark is dizzy but if you take steady steps holding the car stable to let say 2000 3000 4000 etc then the ignition value of the gun is the same with the locked one . It takes the car about a sec to see the mark steady on the gun when varying the rpm from on value to another. Thank you . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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