Technically; high timing plus high boost levels equals a greater chance of serious damage. Keep watching what's going on with the timing while your subtracting fuel or adding boost. If your just starting to knock, it will get flat. If it get's worse, the ECU will pull the timing. That knock sensor and ECU are looking out for you too.Warrtalon said:What's the downside of having my timing go all the way up to 23 near redline?
I think the second log looks OK with good advance after 4500 RPM's. What's your boost at readline?
When the boost controller goes on, just keep things balanced and make the ECU happy.
If your happy with the power at .93 volts, but want to take out a little more, shoot for a straight .92 volts.
How come there's spot's with no reading?