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Can someone provide an explanation of how to adjust the timing on the 99's? With all of the rule changes, especially the recent NASA changes, it appears that I am going to have to implement some of these changes sooner that I initially thought. I am clear on the fuel pressure, just not sure how to go about the timing changes.
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Can someone provide an explanation of how to adjust the timing on the 99's? With all of the rule changes, especially the recent NASA changes, it appears that I am going to have to implement some of these changes sooner that I initially thought. I am clear on the fuel pressure, just not sure how to go about the timing changes.


If you elongate the bolt hole on the crank angle sensor you can effectively adjust the timing by changing distance from the crank pulley to the crank angle sensor. I have no idea if this is the legal proscribed method or not.
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Can someone provide an explanation of how to adjust the timing on the 99's? With all of the rule changes, especially the recent NASA changes, it appears that I am going to have to implement some of these changes sooner that I initially thought. I am clear on the fuel pressure, just not sure how to go about the timing changes.

Dave from Advanced Autosport is putting together a package. I have ordered the goodies but have not yet received it. Give him a call.

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Dave from Advanced Autosport is putting together a package. I have ordered the goodies but have not yet received it. Give him a call.

I knew he had a fuel pressure regulator out, I will give him a call and see what he has for the timing wheel.

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