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Comp XE268AH vs XE270AH

Old 07-16-2012, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by boduke0220 View Post
I know i dont see how that was an insult lol. its the internet. I was reading about S197's the other day and you'd die if you knew how many of those guys buy FRPP hot rod cams just for the sound.
Yea I know that's why I threw that out there, but this dude took it way to personal and got his panties all up in a bunch.
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:44 AM
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Just a quick question if there are any of you that do tunes. I have the comp cam's 270ah cams in my 99 gt. I have issues with idle and it seems like I should retard or advance the timing but am not sure to what degree. I have the sct. Livewire tuner that gives me ample options for tuning. Ive had it running descent by bumping up the idle rpm and leaning the fuel air mixture 4% and turning the egress off, but I feel like there is more I should do to optimize the performance. Thanks in advance for any replys.
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