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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignition_timing

The second method used to advance (or retard) the ignition timing is called vacuum timing advance. This method is ...

www.miata.net/garage/KnowYourCar/S10_Timing.html

At 11.58 and 20 seconds the ignition process starts at 10 degrees BTDC. Change the timing to 14 degrees BTDC and the ignition process starts at 11.57 and ...

www.hotrod.com/articles/the-importance-of-ignition-advance-perfect-timing

Feb 6, 2014 ... When the canister receives a vacuum signal and depending on the strength, it rotates the breaker plate to advance the ignition timing.

www.hotrod.com/articles/ignition-timing-maximum-performance

Aug 19, 1997 ... 1 piston is actually at TDC, but the timing pointer shows 5 crank degrees before TDC, you could set the ignition advance to a spec set by the ...

www.innovatemotorsports.com/resources/myths.php

Spark Timing Myths, Explains the myths around spark timing. ... A widely-held myth is that maximum advance always means maximum power. ... be achieved by leaving the mixture at the leaner optimum and retarding the ignition more instead.

auto.howstuffworks.com/ignition-system1.htm

Ignition System Timing - Timing is important if an engine is to run efficiently. ... This is called spark advance: The faster the engine speed, the more advance is ...

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Apr 17, 2013 ... How to increase horsepower through ignition timing. How does ignition timing affect horsepower? Should an engine advance or retard timing to ...

www.econofix.com/igntime.html

Proper ignition timing is essential for your engine to run right. Pinging, or spark knock, may mean your timing is out of adjustment.

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The engine must have the correct timing so that the air and fuel mixture detonates at precisely the right time. If the ignition timing has too much advance, the air ...