Timing degrees adjustments

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by mattch2, Jul 7, 2003.


  1. brianm281

    brianm281 New Member

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    Any news about the warranty thing? Should i leave it on when it goes to the dealership?
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  2. Hitman

    Hitman New Member

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    Don't worry about the timing adjuster at the dealership as long as you aren't going in for a problem that could be associated with it.

    They may not like it but shouldn't give you too hard a time. They may not even know what it is.
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    Do you have to use 93 octane with the timing adjustors?? Is there anything else you need with the STEEDA t/a?
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    clarkjr Founding Member

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    Use the highest you can get, up to 93. Just listen for detonation (and retard timing if necessary), or track test for the best results (look for highest trap speed). You don't need anything else with the T/A.
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