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98 zr 600 efi timing key

I have a bone stock 98 zr 600 efi and im wondering about a 3 degree timing key should i get one or no? input appreciated thanks!
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Don't waste your money. Just clutch it and ride.
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why would it be a waste of money its only 20 bucks
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Timing keys help in idividual applications and different rpm ranges. A sno pro sled that had the timing dial was used for lake racing at one set and sno pro at another. Drag racing that sled you used a different setting yet. For all around trail riding clutching for your style will give you more bang for your buck. You also take the chance of burning down when you are running those keys in the wrong application. If you are keyed for low end torque and then get out and burn across a lake You are more than likely going to be igniting to late and burn the exhaust side of the piston.
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Up ignition is going to need richer fuel, now your talking 110 or more. I think ill keep my 20 bucks
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