So what?? How do i know you dont have it at something other than 15?? What if you had it at 18 and wanted to know if you could advance it to 20?? i wasnt trying to be a smart ass but you were not specific in your question.lowridin23 said:degrees is set at 15 smart a$$'s. That's the stock setting if you didn't know.
Im sorry about that comment as well, Im sure you did work very hard to pass your tests and I really respect and commend you on your work. Once again, i apoligize for my remarks but I really do wish you could have been more specific.lowridin23 said:Thanks. I take back the smart ass's comment. I was more blown at the ASE comment. I worked pretty hard to pass a couple of those.
UnderDog said:This is a very good example of the equivocal language phenomenon I'm learning about in my human communication class at school. Things we say can mean two different things and when people misunderstand one meaning for another they often get in disagreements and fights about it. Thanks for proving my point.
I was always under the assumption that you needed at least 91 octane with 19* and 93 with 20-21* timing. I never put mine that high, but I always used 93 octane also. Step it up to 19* and just keep a good ear out for detonation and enjoy.nizzan4u2nv said:Just advance the timing already. I run 19 degrees with 87 sometimes, and no detonation. Im pretty sure this is the wrong place to post this too.