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Old 07-16-2013, 01:41 AM   #1221
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Tor any chance of posting a screen shot of your timing map from your pro efi? I'm just in the process of tuning mine and it would be helpful to have a starting point.
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:51 AM   #1222
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If I could I would. For one, my connection cord is at PowerFab. Two. The firmware has recently been changed, and is on a time clock. So I cannot get into my program right now any way. At least not until I get it re-tuned.

Basically, it goes like this: high load & and low rpm, the timing is low. Say around 5º at WOT, starting acceleration from say 2000 rpms. As the rpm increases, the timing will increase. While still in wide open throttle, I remember seeing 18-20º timing as the rpms reached redline.

As for cruising, light load and low rpm equates to high timing (basically cruising) Up to 32º. Never more.

I cannot remember the exact starting low rpm - high load degree of timing. But those numbers should give you a reference point.
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If I could I would. For one, my connection cord is at PowerFab. Two. The firmware has recently been changed, and is on a time clock. So I cannot get into my program right now any way. At least not until I get it re-tuned.

Basically, it goes like this: high load & and low rpm, the timing is low. Say around 5º at WOT, starting acceleration from say 2000 rpms. As the rpm increases, the timing will increase. While still in wide open throttle, I remember seeing 18-20º timing as the rpms reached redline.

As for cruising, light load and low rpm equates to high timing (basically cruising) Up to 32º. Never more.

I cannot remember the exact starting low rpm - high load degree of timing. But those numbers should give you a reference point.
Thanks. I've just put my new computer in and I'm trying to get everything as close as I can on the road to save on dyno time.
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Old 07-18-2013, 11:45 AM   #1225
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there was no way to make a sittin sic/xiii rear sway bar work for you?
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:10 PM   #1227
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Tor, I think you need to do the diff breather mod... you're gonna drag that pumpkin through every puddle!
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:18 PM   #1228
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Who did the welds? They look good..
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:21 PM   #1230
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there was no way to make a sittin sic/xiii rear sway bar work for you?
It would have been much harder to install. Doesnt come with end links, or a mounting solution, since the XR already has those.

The Addco comes with all of that. Which makes it much more appealing. It might only be 7/8" diameter, but it is far better than never having one.

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Tor, I think you need to do the diff breather mod... you're gonna drag that pumpkin through every puddle!
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:35 PM   #1232
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:37 PM   #1233
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Old 07-18-2013, 04:24 PM   #1235
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Nice job on the fab and welds. I'd spray paint them asap to help keep them from rusting. I also agree with raising your diff breather since your very lowered. Also with as much welding you have/had done on your rear axle when was the last time you had the fluid changed? Looking good though.
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I am planning on picking up some of that frame paint tomorrow. Get it coated up nice and well. Trust me, I hate rust. Plus, there are some other spots from those days of off-roading that need to be touched up as well.

Diff fluid was actually changed a couple of weeks ago. During the pinion seal replacement. Sadly though, they got rid of my fairly fresh Redline Oil Heavy Shock Proof Gear oil.
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I am planning on picking up some of that frame paint tomorrow. Get it coated up nice and well. Trust me, I hate rust. Plus, there are some other spots from those days of off-roading that need to be touched up as well.

Diff fluid was actually changed a couple of weeks ago. During the pinion seal replacement. Sadly though, they got rid of my fairly fresh Redline Oil Heavy Shock Proof Gear oil.
Someone told me about how jegs has fast shipping..........
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On a good note, about to go pick up my GoPro 3.
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