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Old 10-08-2012, 02:38 AM
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Originally Posted by birkey View Post
As a matter of fact I do. What is the difference in timing, between a low compression motor (8:1) vs a high compression motor (10:1) obviously there is a change in timing when compression is changed. I just want to get an idea of the range.
Indirectly, there is a correlation between SCR and ignition timing. The higher the SCR, the more cam you have to use and the more initial ignition timing you have to use. Here are charts from Barry Grant that may be useful to some of you fellows.....
Demon Fuel Systems
Click on the tabs "Performance Cam Profile" and "Radical Cam Profile" to see the entire range of duration/spark timing.....
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