TDC Offset Angle Table

TDC Offset Angle Table



The TDC Offset Angle Table allows for fine adjustment where the locked ignition timing advances or retards over RPM, and allows the ignition timing to match between ECU and Crank at all RPM. This may be required due to sensor delays.
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