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    SST120 - Technical Specs

    Dear Scream&Fly friends.

    I'm racing in Mexico in the 2 liters category, and I have a question for any specialized certified mechanic with experience with the SST120 2lts.

    I wish to know, what is the maximum timing that I can go with the 2lts if my heads are at 28cc's and using premium fuel 85 octanes.

    Thanking you in Advance,

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    jus thought i would pass on what i was told you have to stay on the factory timming specs of i think its 26 degrees but in a race motor you can lock the timming on full advance
    other then that i have no clue
    one the other guys will know more
    but you could call jay at jsre race engines in tx i think

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    85 octane? Is that a typo?
    Erik Kiser

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    Thanks user "afr" I've already contacted Jay, and have a prompt response thank you.
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    85 Octanes is the fuel octane level, here in Mexico (unlead and premium).

    We use Octane booster to increase it to 90-95 but still it's premium.

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    You have a PM......
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