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    Alpina B3S FBO + stage 2 turbos - timing drops?? Log inside

    http://datazap.me/u/lfelunden/b3s-3-...1-3-4-11-18-19


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    Looks like the AFR gets too high and makes the timing drops

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    Normal timming corections for your boost vs octane vs IAT. Use better octane (meth or E85), or lower boost for this hot weather conditions.
    Is that log starting in 3rd gear? If so, the real problem is your clutch slipping bad.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by piele_bps Click here to enlarge
    Normal timming corections for your boost vs octane vs IAT. Use better octane (meth or E85), or lower boost for this hot weather conditions.
    Is that log starting in 3rd gear? If so, the real problem is your clutch slipping bad.
    Its not slipping, I had it in D mode and yes it felt like it was slipping.
    I think the timing should be more lean and more fuel to it right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lfelunden Click here to enlarge
    Its not slipping, I had it in D mode and yes it felt like it was slipping.
    I think the timing should be more lean and more fuel to it right?


    I do not understand that.
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