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Old 06-19-2009, 01:15 AM
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i had my timing set at 16.5 when i bought my truck. after i put all my fueling mods on i set it at like 18 or 18.5* had no problems for about 8months then i poped a headgasket. when i rebuilt it i had it set back at 16.5 and thats were it will stay
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Im running 50 psi and 19* but know the risks and im ready to pull the head any given day. I have studs but there on a shelf in the box. When I put them in im going to try 22* I dont pull much ever and play a lot. When winter comes ill go back to 18*

I know what your saying bigdiesel359. NO matter how many times you tell someone or how much info is there some just have to learn on there own. After awhile they will learn.
Exactly my point, I know I come across as an A**hole sometimes, but there is a search function and a lot of these topics have already been covered many times.
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Exactly my point, I know I come across as an A**hole sometimes, but there is a search function and a lot of these topics have already been covered many times.
Basically, thats not how we roll here - if someone asks a question - we do our best to give them an answer and strive for correctness - and it doesnt matter how many times its been asked. If you choose to hand out misinformation - then its best just not to answer. Of course, its always best for everyone to use the search function before posting any question - but unfortunately, that doesnt happen all the time.

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Old 06-19-2009, 06:23 PM
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i didnt even know there was a search function
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i didnt even know there was a search function
Yes, its in the black title bar near the top of the page. Look for the word SEARCH

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Basically, thats not how we roll here - if someone asks a question - we do our best to give them an answer and strive for correctness - and it doesnt matter how many times its been asked. If you choose to hand out misinformation - then its best just not to answer. Of course, its always best for everyone to use the search function before posting any question - but unfortunately, that doesnt happen all the time.
well put dr. evil
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