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When adding timing in the custom program, what would y'all say is the all around best timing to add to it for fuel economy for a daily driver


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When adding timing in the custom program, what would y'all say is the all around best timing to add to it for fuel economy for a daily driver


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What does the overall timing show in the data log currently?

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I would suggest not touching the timing if you dont know how to tune a 7.3. Custom tunes that push major hp/tq often times run next to no extra timing.

Also, what timing are you adjusting?? there's about 5 different types on the 7.3
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I would suggest not touching the timing if you dont know how to tune a 7.3. Custom tunes that push major hp/tq often times run next to no extra timing.

Also, what timing are you adjusting?? there's about 5 different types on the 7.3


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Ya thats really strange... that seems like a great way to split a block or throw some rods in the wrong hands........
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It advances timing from 0.00 to 99.9.. I just left it alone. I'm not one to play with stuff like that.


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I would yank that Edge crap out and get some real tunes.
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^whs... or set it at the max and see what happens, just make sure you have a spare vehicle.
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