Re: timming advance

Joe Woods /
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btw, don .. you're probably saying to yourself "But the engine is spinning faster at high RPMS so there is less time for even a fast burning mixture to burn."

Actually this is true to a degree and it is part of the equation. But the cleaner, more compressed mixture burns so much faster that timing still needs to be retarded.

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