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Old 02-22-2013, 12:35 PM   #1
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Anyone willing to share their timing table with me? I'm running HPT SD tune (2 bar). Just rear mounted twin'd my LS6. Meth too of course. I'll be tuning it with the boost as soon as the weather breaks. My current timing table is stock which will of course be too much timing under boost. I'd like to see what others have setup in their tables to get a general baseline to start with. Thanks guys.
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Cam? What injectors. I have an extensive repository. Wont be perfect, but will get you going.
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You really do not want someone to share their tables with you as it is just a mix to blow up. Just under higher load turn then down about 12-14 depending on y our compression and go from there. Check for knock, but really should just dial car in and then take to dyno and tune for MBT.
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Stock LS6 (2001) so stock cam. 71.6lb injectors. Just looking for a good starting point.
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Gimme a bit...email?
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Take the low octane table and paste it into the hi-octane table and start from there.

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You don't want most of our timing tables. Almost everyone on here is centri which means we build damn near the same boost at the same RPM time after time.

What I would do if I was you is go see what cylinder air mass tables you are hitting and at what psi of boost that correlates too and start with 1 degree pulled per psi. Since you are turbo you will probably hit a lot of tables the rest of us will never hit.

I'm not a pro by any means but I haven't blown anything up yet....
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I'll send you one when I get home from when I made mid 500's. It should get you started. Please tell me you will be using a wideband.
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Of course using a wideband. No other real way to tune. Sounds great. Thanks.
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