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      06-07-2012, 04:40 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by shiv@vishnu View Post
I believe having ignition control in both directions (advance and retard) to be desirable. As would any other tune with more than a topical understaning of engine tuning theory. I believe our results speak for themselves with regards to engine failure. I think itsmeek should investigate engine failure history before making some of the conclusions he made. While development does usually involve stumbles along the way, one should hopefully learn from mistakes instead of trying again and again at the end users behalf.
Advance IMO is only suitable for those with 335is or 1Ms running a piggyback. Heck, the stock curve in itself is already a touch too aggressive meth or not. Brings us back to the point regarding consistency.

Not for nothing, all this CPS offset or advance is nonsense if the car flatlines on its face after a shift.... Can't beat ignition safer than -1.88 degrees post shift.
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