Originally Posted by Sloppy
Basically, the more timing advance you are running, the stronger your car runs. You make more power when you can advance timing vs. just running more boost with less timing.
This is a good thread to get a handle on timing
thanks for that link, very useful.
In my data, I logged Ignition Correction and it is 0...until 4300rpm in my runs where it is -0.25. Thats it...I didnt logged DME Ign Adv, only CAN Actual.
If I am set at 100% Ign correction (default as it says), wouldnt it have a larger correction? And since it does not, why is my CAN Actual Adv so low?