Stock timing for 94 gt

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  1. 94OJGT

    94OJGT New Member

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    I have a stock 94 gt which i bought as a right-off and fixed, and was wonderin what the stock timing is on a 94 gt and the possiblities of bumping it?
    i hear you can shave a bit off ur 1/4 times by just doing this, but i have no clue.
     
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    Downshift Well-Known Member

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    Stock is 10 degrees. I have heard of people getting a decent amount of power from bumping it to 14 or so. Just make sure you run some higher octane gas and that it isnt pinging.
     
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    ryclef331 Well-Known Member

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    14 degrees is usually the best.
     
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    thats where mine sits now.

    highjack: how much more can i go once i put my heads on? should i just wait til i have someone tune it?
     
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    When I had my car tuned, I was told to put the timing back to 10 and the fuel pressure to stock 35 vac on? 40 off I think. The adjustments are done with the tune. I had it up to 16 for timing at the time. It is funny, as you are adjusting the timing, you can actually hear the car running cleaner. I really do not know how to explain it. The car actually liked the adjustment from its sound and increase in SOTP power.
     
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    k thx alot guys,

    im also looking at a new engine for my car out of a friends car, from a 90 gt, it has h/c/i , but no clue of specs and am wondering
    how the transfer will go? will it work with my tranny? i believe mines a stock t-5?