Oem Na H22a - basemap timing at WOT

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Lyle_57IAL
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Oem Na H22a - basemap timing at WOT

Post by Lyle_57IAL » Mon May 08, 2017 3:39 pm

Hey hondata,

Just finished a tune on a oem n/a h22a with IHE. Noticed the WOT timing figures were around 30 degrees - though this was a little on the high side and pulled it back to around 25 for piece of mind.

Is this amount of timing really necessary - and are these values really what the engine requires in its factory form ?

cheers

Lyle :)

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Re: Oem Na H22a - basemap timing at WOT

Post by Spunkster » Mon May 08, 2017 3:50 pm

IT really all depends on the engine and what has been done to it. You really have to use a dyno to properly adjust timing to see where the power levels off and so you can listen for any detonation.

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Re: Oem Na H22a - basemap timing at WOT

Post by elmer456 » Tue May 09, 2017 9:45 am

as spunkster say that it really depends on the engine and what ignition is the engine happy at. Some engine's run 26 degrees WOT other engines run 30-31 degrees of ignition. You just gotta make sure that there's no detonation and you need to get your afr's right. :). Make sure that your timing is synced as well.

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