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Old 04-21-17, 12:15 PM   #21
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Unless I made a typo somewhere, there was no mention of a 25 RPM jump. I adjusted for +200 RPM's and that puts me right where you're at.
No you're right, you never mentioned a 25 rpm jump. I just mentioned it in my case, I wanted mine to be at 900-925 rpm while idling, or rather, I wanted to see how it felt with my idle rpms at that speed. So when I bumped mine up 175 rpms, my idling range was at 850-875 rpm. So I figured if I bump it up 25 rpm to 200 rpm, it should put my idling range to 875-900, but instead it bumped it to 950-975. I just find that odd, that's all
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No you're right, you never mentioned a 25 rpm jump. I just mentioned it in my case, I wanted mine to be at 900-925 rpm while idling, or rather, I wanted to see how it felt with my idle rpms at that speed. So when I bumped mine up 175 rpms, my idling range was at 850-875 rpm. So I figured if I bump it up 25 rpm to 200 rpm, it should put my idling range to 875-900, but instead it bumped it to 950-975. I just find that odd, that's all


So far I'm loving the faster idle. Makes it feel so much more like a V8 when slowly starting off in 1st.
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