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It says here that if i put the injection timing on #4 i will get better Fuel economy. will this make better peformance or make it less performance with more mpg's?? Thanks
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that all depends on what program number you use. the higher the number the lower the mileage. . .however the increased tieming will make sure you are burning the fuel.
 

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Timing #4 on the TNT is less than #3 and is for the drug users.

Try #2 if using the TNT with stock injectors.

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Timing #4 on the TNT is less than #3 and is for the drug users.

Try #2 if using the TNT with stock injectors.

MikeyB
:agree2::thumbsup
 

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DOH. . .thats right. . . I had my mind stuck on the torque management and rail pressure side where the higher the number meant just that.
 

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isnt the timing setting different between the revo and revo tnt? i thought revo timing #4 was the most advanced and timing #4 on tnt was less then #3 for the drug users...
 

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revo
# 0 - Default
# 1 - Stock
# 2 - for stock injectors
# 3 - for aftermarket Injectors ( less timing advance than # 2 )
# 4 - for fuel economy ( more timing advance than level # 2 )

TNT
# 0 - Default
# 1 - Stock
# 2 - for aftermarket injectors
# 3 - for Hugh aftermarket Injectors ( less timing advance than # 2 )
# 4 – for use with NOs ( less timing advance than level # 3 )
 
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