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I guess bumping the ignition is not as sexy.

Just like the WUR one should be able to make improvements to the stock ignitions and it should not be much different on the cost side from doing so.

For example, there is a stop that can be modified on the boost retard pot to extend boost retard. With that and a little more on boost advance we can probably get to 30 deg advance at cruse.

Better yet we might be able to source a different pot that can retard with boost and advance with vac. (I think one of the pots on some of the SC's do this.) There used to be an aftermarket one. If so we could get an even better on cruse advance and still be at about 18 to 20 deg advance on boost.

A lot of owners like to run MSD ignitions on 930's for good reasion. If so, there are options there to with boost retard or even fully programmable systems. Again about the cost of a WUR rebuild or adjustable WUR.

Porsche basically went after the same timing values with the C2 Turbos using a little add on electronics.

Why should the EFI guys have all the fun.

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There is no car as variable in fuel consumption as a Turbo. I've gotten as high as 23mpg (at a constant 90MPH)and as low as 10mpg (at a constant 150 MPH). Although there are probably worse. I was crusing at 120 and had a Cayenne Turbo blow by me at what must have been 150. I wonder if he even got to 8 MPG? That a big brick to shove down the road!
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12-14 mpg with adjustable WUR. . .includes both city/highway miles with boost thrown in of course. . .

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