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If I wanted to build a tune around OEM timing, what would I set the maxes at??? I've been driving with my quad on lvl 0 all week and I like it but it needs a few small tweeks to be perfect, so figured I'd build a tune but then....... I realized I have no idea what the oem timing maxes are¬†lol ūüėÖ¬†

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Stock timing is not efficient by any means. 

 

The green bar areas are a good place to stay for stockish trucks. 

 

Like 13, 17, 21, 25 (+4 step) would be a good spot to try or 13,16, 19, 22 (+3 step) are both good starts. I've got to run a good drop of timing in the winter due to the high cetane fuels out here. Then when summer gets here I crank it back up and run high timing because of low cetane fuels.

 

QUADZILLA TIMING SECRET 

 

If you REALLY want to keep the stock. Then on the timing section set everything to ZERO. Then go into MAX TIMING and set the plus amount of timing ZERO would be stock completely. Like 1500 RPM you go +1 degree. 2K go +2 etc. This was a hidden setting if you wanted to follow the stock timing map. @Me78569has more experience with this.

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10 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

 

QUADZILLA TIMING SECRET 

 

If you REALLY want to keep the stock. Then on the timing section set everything to ZERO. Then go into MAX TIMING and set the plus amount of timing ZERO would be stock completely. Like 1500 RPM you go +1 degree. 2K go +2 etc. This was a hidden setting if you wanted to follow the stock timing map. @Me78569has more experience with this.

THIS is what I was looking for, I knew ME had said something along these lines before but I couldn't find it so I posted instead 

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