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I have a 2000 R6 with full Yoshimura exhaust, Ivans carb kit and 40/35 mm Factory Pro valocity stacks. Where Is a good starting point to set my Rohm ingintion advance at?
 

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Y2kYamR6 said:
I have a 2000 R6 with full Yoshimura exhaust, Ivans carb kit and 40/35 mm Factory Pro valocity stacks. Where Is a good starting point to set my Rohm ingintion advance at?
I know Factory Pro has gotten their best results with +4 degrees (according to the email they sent me when I inquired about their ignition advancers).

email below


----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Salvisberg
To: Mike
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 5:55 PM
Subject: Re: Ignition Advance

Slip the stax in - you will :) !

$55 for the advance - Call 800 869-0497 if you'd like it sent out to you -

Cheers!

Marc


Mike wrote:

Marc, thanks for the reply. I have V-Stax already but have yet to install them. What is the price for the +4 advance?

Thanks again,

Mike
----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Salvisberg
To: Mike
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: Ignition Advance


On a stock engine the +4 advance adds 1-2 True hp - I'm not sure what this is in djhp - but - it should still show up as more than a hp -
We made some 2 and 6's - 2 is better than stock and 6 is too much for best power - 4 is better than 2.
So...... 4 is best -
The V Stax are even a bigger improvement -

Marc



Mike wrote:

Question concerning your ignition advance for a 2003+ R6. How many degrees of advance are available and what are the adjustment increments? And how much are the units?

Thanks for your help,

Mike
 

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