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      11-20-2012, 12:54 AM   #11
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It may or may not give you power, depending on how your car is running currently. If your car is running poor or less than optimal timing, then it will have more power comparitavely because it will allow the car to run its full timing curve.

If you are already running the full timing curve, then you will see no gains.

It will help consistency because you run less timing as the engine gets hot. Refer to above.
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