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Old 12-16-2011, 02:44 PM
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Dyno Before & After 17 Degree Timing Advance

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Finally got the dyno done today after I changed the timing from 15 degrees to 17 degrees using Cipher. Not much change in PEAK numbers (gained 4 ft-lbs on peak and HP stayed the same) BUT if you look at the midrange I picked up 10hp & 12 ft-lbs at 4100rpm over the last dyno.....torque increased some on the lower end too. I know I felt something!!

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Old 12-16-2011, 08:19 PM
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Nice man, I bumped mine to 17 on my old 03 but it was after i dyno'd it so i never got the chance to see what it did but i noticed the throttle response seemed better.
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Old 12-16-2011, 09:17 PM
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I thought 5.5 gens didn't hold the timing advance. It would retard itself after a few cycles making the 00-01's more successful in this field.
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Originally Posted by OOmaxSE View Post
I thought 5.5 gens didn't hold the timing advance. It would retard itself after a few cycles making the 00-01's more successful in this field.
Thats not true...it will hold from 13 to 17 degrees of timing. Stock is 15.
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:42 PM
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Thats not true...it will hold from 13 to 17 degrees of timing. Stock is 15.
Correct. I gotta do this as well.
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:39 PM
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this is somthing thats done with a consult right? anybody ever try it with a snap on soulus?
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Or with a Cipher from UpRev. The A32's wont hold it.

Nice.
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Originally Posted by NmexMAX View Post
The A32's wont hold it.
Talkin' A33B here lol I know A32's won't hold.
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Originally Posted by randalk View Post
this is somthing thats done with a consult right? anybody ever try it with a snap on soulus?

I know you can do it with the snap on Verdict
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I love before and after dynos. Its all about area under the curve ftw!
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Thats whats up. True before and after dyno showing gains. This should clear up any doubts.
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Old 12-19-2011, 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by ChrisMan287 View Post
Talkin' A33B here lol I know A32's won't hold.
That was my point, ALL A33's will. 00-03.


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Thats whats up. True before and after dyno showing gains. This should clear up any doubts.
Been done before. ranmas reinforces it though.


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Originally Posted by randalk View Post
this is somthing thats done with a consult right? anybody ever try it with a snap on soulus?
You can advance and retard timing with the Solus, but no, it will not stick. My friend tried to do it when he demoed the Solus last winter. It wouldn't stay no matter what we did.
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hey great dyno, is it possible for you to confirm in 48hrs that the timing didnt retard itself??? ive advanced timing but it went back to stock after a few days
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Originally Posted by Grand_hustle17 View Post
hey great dyno, is it possible for you to confirm in 48hrs that the timing didnt retard itself??? ive advanced timing but it went back to stock after a few days
Timing and idle are still there.....I just checked today, funny you just mentioned that.
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Originally Posted by ranmas2004 View Post
Timing and idle are still there.....I just checked today, funny you just mentioned that.

I checked if it held on my old car when i bumped it with Cipher and it held.
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on mechanic said its possible it was still there but his obdII didnt pick up on it.... made no damn sense lls
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My timing's kept for years. 3 batteries, numerous ECU code resets, weeks without use, etc. I check it every now and then for the hey of it.
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Originally Posted by NmexMAX View Post
My timing's kept for years. 3 batteries, numerous ECU code resets, weeks without use, etc. I check it every now and then for the hey of it.
Good to know, had mine done on the other car, looking to do this one soon....
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any dates on dyno?
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need my 11 dyno

Can your shop tune my 11 to eliminate the factory tune? just got it a couple months ago and im looking to do some cool things to it. I dont have a problem driving. Im in the Cleveland area
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Originally Posted by Mr Ten View Post
Can your shop tune my 11 to eliminate the factory tune? just got it a couple months ago and im looking to do some cool things to it. I dont have a problem driving. Im in the Cleveland area
I just took my 11 to a local shop here today and ill tell you that a consult 2 doesnt work for the 7thgen. And yes these guys are nissan techs for 40 years.
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How exactly do you ask a mechanic to advance your timing? Seems like no one has a clue as to what i'm talking about, and the ones that know are strongly against it. Where should i go to get this done?

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Originally Posted by Itz Shak View Post
How exactly do you ask a mechanic to advance your timing? Seems like no one has a clue as to what i'm talking about, and the ones that know are strongly against it. Where should i go to get this done?
i would like to know this as well
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