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    Default Sniper EFI/MSD Distributor Installation Video

    Hey guys, I did a quick little install video for those using an MSD distributor with their Sniper EFI. I hope everyone finds it helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2zfmemVKQE

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    Subscribed to the YouTube Channel.
    Quick question. When you do the "Static Timing" check, does that feature, before being cleared, override any timing settings you may have already made?
    In other words, say my Idle timing (using the handheld) it set at 22°, Cruise timing at 52°, and WOT timing at 42°; does any of that matter, if you are in the "Static Timing Check" mode?
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    The Static Timing Check doesn't (permanently) change any values in your Base Timing Table or TSLCD. It just temporarily locks the timing at a fixed value for easy synchronization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    The Static Timing Check doesn't (permanently) change any values in your Base Timing Table or TSLCD. It just temporarily locks the timing at a fixed value for easy synchronization.
    Good deal. That's what I thought, but needed to read it. LOL.

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    Good job on the video!
    Tom

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