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Old 05-30-2011, 08:10 PM   #16
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By reducing timing you will have a less rpms but should have more torque and overall efficiency is increased. Overall power is reduced but sometimes you can back timing down and not see any lose. I would start at minimum timing and work your way up. Generally by increasing timing you find a point where the motor wont make any more power but heat start to rise suddenly.

ok ok. thanks. Will do that for now.
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