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Old 09-04-2002, 10:59 AM
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reference resistor or R16/1...

hello all. i was wondering if this modification can be done on a 97 C280? "reference resistor or R16/1, it is a manually adjustable dial that allows you to retard your ignition timing" i have a stock C280 but was wondering if this resistor could be removed to improve performance? thanks!
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Old 09-04-2002, 02:15 PM
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thanks M.B.DOC...

so nothing of the sort can be done on my car? are there any other options for some minor mods for slightly better performance? ie. k&n drop in filter.
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Old 09-04-2002, 07:42 PM
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As a point of clarification, the USA (and perhaps all of North America) C280 does *not* have a reference resistor, however, European C280's do have the "dial-type".

It is very difficult to retrofit since the leads coming out of the ECU aren't there to "splice" into (I've checked with my 95 C36 ECU & harness vs. the European/Netherlands 95 C36 harness which has the "dial-type" reference resistor).

Not only would you need the Euro wiring harness, but even the ECU may not have this "feature" activated.

:-) neil
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