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Old 01-02-2013, 08:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by nbleak21 View Post
ECU ignition timing and fuel curves are the likely "culprit."

I've found that a short "blip" of the throttle while at cruise speeds will advance my timing from it's typical 29-32 degree advance, up to 39-41 degrees, and will continue to stay there while at a constant speed, allowing less fuel to be required for stoich 02 parameters.
Ah ha! I've noticed a quick acceleration and slow down will also magically gain a couple MPGs, especially if im "stuck" at less efficiency than i expected to be. Thanks for the info, I will start monitoring that parameter more closely on the UG.
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