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Old 05-20-2011, 02:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Timing is off on my 95 GSR

Ok thx everyone for checking my post for my 95 gsr. Here the problem my timing seem to be off. When i use my timing gun to check the timing on the pully, it jump back in forth. I dont remember it being like that. I t used to move a little but not by much. I mean it moved like half a inch back and forth. I set my timing gun on 16 degree. I just want someone to clarify if that is normal. Also car is at operating temp.

here what i have if it even matter:

h22 injector
test pipe
Skunk2 stage 2 tuner cam
Aem cam gear
Skunk2 valve and valve spring
titanuim retainer
stock gsr block
tuned on p28 chrome

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Did you jump the service connector?
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Did you jump the service connector?
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that the one on the passenger side by the ecu right.
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yeah thats the one just use a paper clip to short it and then time your car again if you don't the computer will try to time the car while your timing the car too so it messes things up lmao
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Make sure you short the right connector!
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Make sure you short the right connector!
Yah, don't jump/short the three-wire connector. It just might blow out your interior light fuse. Ask me how I know.
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