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all i have is 4" exhaust, about to go to BHAF, a cut fuel plate to what looks like #10, and a "tuned" afc i get a little smoke if i mash on it, but it clears right up.. i think the timing may have slipped from the way its been acting. i have a buddy that has a timing kit, and said he could gimme a hand to advance it.
question is, what is a safe advancement to go without head studs or valve springs?
__________________ 94, 4x4 12V auto- KDP tapped, 4" turbo back, 16*, BHAF, AFC acceptably tuned, 215's, .038DV's, #0 plate 484,000 and counting Transmission-everything but shafts
16.5* love it low smoke early in throttle very responsive
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97 EC, LB white, smoked cab lights, 4 inch skyjacker firestone bags and 37s on 17s. afc tuned, #0 slid where it needs to be, boost elbow @ 37lb, BHAF, 4 inch straight pipe to 6inch single stack, 100hp injectors, gauges (boost/egt) valair single 450hp 850lb ft
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