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Old 05-09-2006, 11:26 AM
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well this will give us a basis of what actual degree of timing you end up with. Being that the RIV tool gives the most precise reading that is repeatible as well. we can reference it to a known accurate method of measuring actual timing. and see how far off it would end up and if there are wide swings between one vehicle or not. A good way to validate the results, and practicality of the millivolt method.
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