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I think this is the problem, but not sure the cause. It seems like after the car has been driven a little bit, when I get on it, it seems to really bog down and buck a little bit. I don't have any mods besides a timing adjuster and pully set.

It seems like I have to keep the timing set at about 14deg. just to keep it from bogging really bad. If I set it to the factory 10deg mark, it bogs REALLY bad. What's the deal here? It didn't do this when I first got the car, but is starting to get worse.

Is there anyway to see what the timing is in real time? Are my knock sensors detecting something and pulling timing?

It's a 99 Cobra with about 67,000 miles.

Any info would be appreciated on this topic.
 

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If you can get acess to a good scan tool,you can go into the datastream and get your actual timing their.On the otc genisis,the new mac and i belive the new snap-on motis it can graph the timing for you so you can see when it retards or advances.You can also record from any point and then play it back to see what exactly happened where,rpm,timing etc etc.
Hope this helps some.

Mike
Blown 01 cobra
 
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