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Old 09-30-2009, 03:23 PM   #9
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I assure you my timing is not too high. It is dissapointingly low... I'm not even close to MBT.

Also that is not a Zetec by any means so what he says about AFR does not necessarily apply.

But what you are asking is the essence of my question:

What makes more torque, is it more timing and more fuel, or is it less timing and less fuel?

My butt dyno says the latter is true, and I only had to pull a tad bit of timing to add .2 afr without knock.
Originally Posted by Dennis_Grant
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