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Old 08-16-2008, 01:18 PM
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timing

i hope someone gets to this quick i cant find my chilstons manual.
what is the ignition timing set to "stock" on a h22 from a 97 prelude?
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Old 08-16-2008, 04:17 PM
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Re: timing

Ignition Timing (deg.): MT - 15B... this is from my manual that goes through 1995... could very well be the same... is that what you needed?
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Old 08-17-2008, 12:26 AM
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Re: timing

thanks thats exactly what i needed.
i just realized i have a small problem my chilstons only covers engines up to 95 lol.
anyhow i had a dist almost seeze up on me last night out racing wasent good sounded like metal to metal breaks with a touch of belt whine and the telltale smeel of something burning :wtf1:

pulled out the dizzy this morning and shure enough about the time i got the whole thing off and dissasembled realized the bearing that goes to about the middle of the whole rod inside the dizzy was about 95% seized up.
i was able to swap that rod and bearing out of my 95 model year "spare" engine but not the whole dist. assembly. then realized i need to re-set the timing and why not bump it anyway.
ive always advanced my cars timing and set it to elevation, they have all been n/a motors for note.
took the timing from 15btdc and advanced it shes setting at 11 now 1 degree for every thousand feet. anyone else play around with this?
i now wonder if this is even nessisary do these car take a atmosphire reading and eliminate the need to do this.......
this is my first honda guys...lol
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Re: timing

^ good question... I'm not sure, my tuner made all those decisions on my car and I didn't actually get back until he was finished.

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Re: timing

wait i just realized the mistake i made.....
sent the timing the wrong way its just further retarted now....gota fix that in a few and get to the fuel situation...
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Re: timing

i think advanced is toward the firewall if i remember correct.
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