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Hello people. Could someone give me advice fuel rates and degrees of ignition for an anti lag aggressive . Or stable. I've tried and Fuel -120.00 -45.00 Retard but nothing new. No flames..... :willy_nilly:
Leave your suggestions and we will be able to be. I have seen the setting that much already see the forum and nothing happens even a small flame


I count on your help. A long time I follow the forum.
 

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if you have any catalytic converters on the car they'll stop the flames

same with any chambered mufflers


also this is dumb
 

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BATSLOMAN GIVES NO FUCKS.
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if you want flames, buy a flame thrower kit. stop torturing your engine for nothing
 
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raise the rpm your doing it at and change your rpm re-engage point to 200-500 less than cutoff, cut spark only not fuel.

I usually ran my timing around 24 degrees and 140 fuel, however like you have found, i could also not get a n/a motor to truly anti-lag. Im assuming this is because of the lack of oxygen in the exhaust that the turbo provides even when the fuel cutout engages.
 

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Good not have catalyst. This hotline.

It's just to make from time to time. So it will not do great harm to the engine.
Ok I will testing the configs that the colleague said, then say something.
The announcement of this douritos top.ahahahahah
 

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Cervan not working...The same...Working but not flames...You what see photo of my configs?

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Add more fuel. And since you are retarding spark, or maybe even turning off the spark if you use igniton cut, then you will need a really HOT exhaust to light off the fuel.

If you are doing it on a cold engine, it wont work.
 

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Add more fuel. And since you are retarding spark, or maybe even turning off the spark if you use igniton cut, then you will need a really HOT exhaust to light off the fuel.

If you are doing it on a cold engine, it wont work.
he might be able to make it work by putting a piece of tungsten or magnesium in the exhaust right off of the header igniting the fuel.
 
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