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Re: Stillsmokin and CaptainChryslers dyno runs

Postby KTA » Thu Nov 18, 2010 2:41 pm

I don't know what you are running for compression, but I would bump the timing up another 6 degrees at least and go from there. You still might find you need to back the fuel off some more at that point but it should be alot stronger. I find 34-36 with the light is a good place to be for a 2.6 engine and compressions in the 14.5-15.5 range. Guess it is time to put a big shaft NV4500 in there!
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Re: Stillsmokin and CaptainChryslers dyno runs

Postby CaptainChrysler » Thu Nov 18, 2010 3:20 pm

4500 is rebuilt, waiting to go in.

It is stock comp. except for .020 HG. Can't really go higher on the timing and still be in the bowl. We have a to do list for the winter.
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