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Sep 18, 6:06pm - #4998 
Advanced Timing Kit - or whatever it is called

I know this topic has been posted before but no one has done it. I've seen the claim on eBay. But, I wasn't gonna paid $10 - $15 for it. I know people have paid $30+ when it first came out on eBay. Poor bastards!

Anywayz, I found this site:
http://www.installuniversity.com/in...es/sophomore_year/timing_tricker_mod.htm

It gave me all info I needed. So, I went to Radio Shack and paid $1.07 for 5 resistors. It only took 5 min. to install. Since I am not gonna paid for a dyno, I have to rely on my "butt dyno".

First impression - Acceleration seemsa little smoother. Maybe it is psychological. I don't know. Other than that, it does absolutely nothing.

Conclusion - Don't waste your money. I have 4 more resistors left. I will give them away free if anyone wants to try it.


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Sep 19, 7:28am - #4999 
Hook me up, ill be glad to try it out and see what i come up with. Thanx

[ 09-19-2002, 07:34 AM: Message edited by: StoneSour ]

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Sep 19, 8:18am - #5000 
even those directions sound shady...sounds like bs to me ..


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Sep 19, 3:32pm - #5001 
Quote:
Originally posted by StoneSour:
Hook me up, ill be glad to try it out and see what i come up with. Thanx
Hahahah... too bad you're in El Paso. It would cost me 37 cents to send it you. Just go to Radio shack and buy it for 20 cents.

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Sep 20, 11:34pm - #5002 
any of you guys have any pic of where you are suppose to hook this thing up? and what type of resistor is it(how many ohms resistance?)


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