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thanks for the response
I guess its good to hear my numbers arent too skewed from where they should be. Ill keep pushing for more now!
depending on the desired boost pressure I will definitely make sure I do lots of tuning wearing my knock headphones to be sure that im not melting things in there. The off boost timing as you say is quite high, with max (low load) advance around 36-37 degrees reaching 30 degrees by as low as 2000 rpm. Medium load advance (around 0psi/no boost) maybe 31-32 degrees by around 3000 rpm and max boost (11psi) timing maybe between 18-22 BTDC depending on rpm. I am certain more timing will be removed after a boost increase in the top load cells
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