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got the testing done, but the numbers they use are timing piston travel from 1.9-2.0 mm @1000 rpm pump speed to 3.8 mm @1000 rpm pump speed and went to 6.4mm @1500 pump speed from what he said the engine speed is double the pump ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-06-2010, 12:40 AM
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got the testing done,

but the numbers they use are timing piston travel from
1.9-2.0 mm @1000 rpm pump speed
to 3.8 mm @1000 rpm pump speed

and went to 6.4mm @1500 pump speed

from what he said the engine speed is double the pump speed.

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So how does the dynamic timing range compare to a stock pump? How much extra range does the spacer give?

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price on track bars.. and intake horn... so i can tell some people...

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So how does the dynamic timing range compare to a stock pump? How much extra range does the spacer give?

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Originally Posted by Alwaysworking View Post
got the testing done,

but the numbers they use are timing piston travel from
1.9-2.0 mm @1000 rpm pump speed
to 3.8 mm @1000 rpm pump speed

and went to 6.4mm @1500 pump speed

from what he said the engine speed is double the pump speed.


and it still keps the stock base timing?

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It doesn't change the static timing just the dynamic timing,

the top numbers i posted are stock settings and the bottom numbers i posted are what it was with the spacer.

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So how does the dynamic timing range compare to a stock pump? How much extra range does the spacer give?
2.6 max dynamic timing stock
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6.4 max dynamic timing with the spacer kit.

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Very curious to see some real world seat of the pants results.

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X2!
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What is 1000rpm pump speed in engine Rpm/speed?

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this ones too high tech for me!!!

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