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Hey Guys and Gals,

I am a webmaster for a university and I have been looking for someone near me who can do the 2 degree timing advance. The forum provides a lot of names but they seemed to be out of date and scattered so I spent a couple hours and developed this site to keep track of people who can do the timing advance and people who want it done but no one is nearby. I may not have worked out all of the bugs yet so bear with me. It is secure but don't use the username and passwords that you would use for credit cards, etc. I hope this is of help.

http://www.2degreeadvance.com

And also I am looking for someone who would like to provide more detailed information for the front page.

Curtis Shirley
 

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From the web page, the con would be that the advance generally requires the use of higher octane fuel.
 

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I'm in the SW Chicago burbs (Orland Park) and can do the advance/idle air vol. I'm charging $25 for the service.
 

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Do they need to also reset the ECU after it is completed? If so you might want to put how to do that on your site as well.
 

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great idea man. I put my info in!
 

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MuskyHunter said:
From the web page, the con would be that the advance generally requires the use of higher octane fuel.
This is not the case. I and many others have been running it with 87 octane fuel with no reprecussions, no knock, nothing. It's not an Uprev Tune.... :lol:
 

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Thanks guys, I will add your comments/suggestions on the Octane. Remember if you can do it, at it to the list. I plan to set it up so that when someone makes a request and is located in a city where no one is located to do the mod, then when someone does list that they are modding in that city, then the requesters will get an email notifying them.

Curtis
 

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Nice idea!!! :D Curtis, I can't post URL's here yet so I sent you a PM with a link in it. If it's helpful, I can send you more.
 

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I have the advance and use 87 octane with no problems as well.
 

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I agree with MuskyHunter. I experimented with different octanes while running the advance, and in my case, 89 octane provided the best overall performance.
 

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I have had the advance for over six months, and it performs with 87, 89, 92, 93. So, say what you will, true road testing is the answer, and it works on all octane levels. Hope this helps.
More info, mine is an 06' and those with the newer VVT may need to run a higher octane, but I don't see why.
 

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Ok, I updated the site so that it does not show emails. It has a contact form that sends the emails to avoid anyone getting spammed. I will get a revised front page with more information up soon thanks to everyone who has contributed.

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2 degree advance? What is it? Can I get one without voiding my warranty? Just kidding, good idea and a nice site, thanks man.
 

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Do you have to reset the ECU when you get it done?
 

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Fly boy said:
Do you have to reset the ECU when you get it done?

No........
 

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bbomar said:
I have had the advance for over six months, and it performs with 87, 89, 92, 93. So, say what you will, true road testing is the answer, and it works on all octane levels. .....
Ditto here. I run 87 with No Probs. One thing I've noticed is that the results are inconsistant like everything else on these rigs.
 

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nice site and thanks for taking time to do it.

bump..........
 
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