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I wouldn't take any dyno numbers as the absolute gospel truth. These are only good to impress folks on bulletin boards. Use the numbers as a reference point for any subsequent tuning. Your goal should be to optimize the A/F ratio and spark advance so it produces max. torque and HP across the rpm range without detonation and overheating. Is it too rich or too lean? I'd suggest installing a EGT gauge to monitor the combustion temps while experimenting with various A/F ratios. Once you arrive at the right combination, you can go out and play with relative engine security.

Old 01-03-2004, 02:44 PM
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