Tech Tip: How to set your TDC Offset Angle

Tech Tip: How to set your TDC Offset Angle


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Synchronizing your trigger system with your ECU is a vital stop in the tuning process.

In this video we explain the important yet often misunderstood subject of TDC Offset Angle, also known as Trigger Angle. We break down the process and explain it in a simple step-by-step tutorial using our twin-cam 2JZ VVTI engine.


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