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      01-14-2013, 08:43 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Mike Benvo View Post
Wrong.

If you set targets that are too high, and you are outside of the DME's programmed adaptable range of retard, then the car will run that timing even though it's knocking. Is a knocking engine safe? No.

There are also 'minimum timing' maps which signify the minimum timing that can be run.

But thanks for chiming in.
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Originally Posted by THE TECH View Post
Our tunes are based on the fuel that the customer will be using on a daily basis. We tailor each to what they prefer.
Ok so if I use 91 everyday but decide to use 100 occassionaly. Will the DME with your tunes be able to take advantage of it? Or does this require a specific race fuel tune?
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