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Old 08-04-2012, 11:45 PM   #1
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06 f7 efi timing key. Install or no?

i have my 06 f7 sno pro efi d and d y pipe single pipe big air intake v force 3 reeds and a goodwin clutch kit also have the boondocker fuel controller im wondering if i should install my 2 degree timing key or not
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put it in ull be surprised what it does
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I just put one in mine. Haven't gotten a chance to see what it'll do though. 2* is pretty safe from what I was reading.
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I'm putting a 2 degree key in my D&D 901,DynoTech said i'd get a better burn across the piston surface.
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so its fine for the 2 degree in my efi?
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Yep, I just plan on running 93 in it at all times. But from what I've read that isnt required for the 2* key, def cant hurt though.
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yeah thats another thing premium only and it seems a little more snappy, one thing i did notice with mine is it likes the higher r's more but it is safe to run it 4* is the most you ever wanna go is what my local dealer told me
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ive read a 2 degree isnt worth it on an efi
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ive read a 2 degree isnt worth it on an efi

the carbed sleds are the ones that like more timing. You usually run the bigger keys in those. 2 is about all I would do in a EFI and trail ride it. Personally with today's garbage gas, I would stay with stock timing.
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I have a 2.5* in my 06 EFI F7. It was totally worth it.

Did you notice a difference with the D&D pipe? I still have stock pipe on my F7. I will more then likely buy a pipe this winter.
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