Tune for smooth idle? My situation: Car will idle at a good AFR if my timing is at like 7-10. But -17 or -18 on vac. With 18-20 degrees at idle I get great vac at -20. But idle will hunt around unless i throw fuel to the point where the AFR's read...The Golf starts and runs fine, except at idle, and then there's a lot of vibration. Replaced the engine mounts as they were getting tired, and it got a little The thing that struck me as odd is that under Adaptation Ignition Timing, the IDLE timing being called for by the ECU is > 5deg BTDC at 903 rpm.
Idle Speed is 1+ in (after contact) and turning about 500-525 RPM. Not quite the 650RPM, but I'd have to turn it in at least 1.5 turns.... It seems to be OK, but idling a bit ruff, where the rig noticably rocks gently while idling. Plan -> Adjust timing first, then retune with current jets. Also comes with a few extras not listed a tool box full of MG parts, a fiberglass front spoiler, a new chrome bumper.. and what ever else I have here for MGB I'll throw in. Need to set the timing to idle perfect, I drove it a thousand miles in the last month. It's currently on the road, mileage may go up but not over 100k.
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