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Old 10-31-2010, 07:26 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Will Timing Advance Help?

when i go from a dead stop or signal lights..the rpms goes to 2000 or 2500 then they drop down to 1500rpms nd pick up from there..my question is will timing advance help that lag? i also get the ticking noise there when rpms down..

or this there any way for minimize is? i also drop a 09 maxima its doesnt lag as much as 07-08 does.
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Default Re: Will Timing Advance Help?

no they will not help that rpms going up and then is normal lol transmission higher gears kicking in

only option is to trade it for a manual so u can keep it where ever you want it
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Old 10-31-2010, 09:00 PM   Thread Starter #3
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Default Re: Will Timing Advance Help?

[QUOTE=OwenMaxx;79544]no they will not help that rpms going up and then is normal lol transmission higher gears kicking in

only option is to trade it for a manual so u can keep it where ever you want



So wht does timing adv. Do?
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Default Re: Will Timing Advance Help?

In short, it will lean the car out slightly, giving you a little more power. You MUST use premium fuel if you do the timing advance, otherwise you WILL get detonation.
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Originally Posted by 1hawaii50 View Post
In short, it will lean the car out slightly, giving you a little more power. You MUST use premium fuel if you do the timing advance, otherwise you WILL get detonation.

Oo ok bro do you any kinda off clicking/ticking sound? i use premium but still i get some clicking/ticking sound when the rpms drop..
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Default Re: Will Timing Advance Help?

I get a little bit of ticking when the car is first started. Car runs a little noisy, almost like a diesel. It's normal from what I understand. If your getting the whining noise, and you have some miles on your car, then you may have the worn timing chain guide issue.
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Default Re: Will Timing Advance Help?

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I get a little bit of ticking when the car is first started. Car runs a little noisy, almost like a diesel. It's normal from what I understand. If your getting the whining noise, and you have some miles on your car, then you may have the worn timing chain guide issue.
Mine doesnt tick when i start it ya but for sure maxima are little nosie..i have 44k miles on it...it only ticks for little bit when the rpm drops from 2000 to 1500 then notjing after that
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Mine doesnt tick when i start it ya but for sure maxima are little nosie..i have 44k miles on it...it only ticks for little bit when the rpm drops from 2000 to 1500 then notjing after that
I'm at 30K. My engine is noisy when it's cold. I bought the car with 17K on it, and it's been noisy when cold since I got it. My wife's Altima 2.5 is also noisy when cold. Hers ticks like crazy. Mine isn't as bad as hers, but it does make some noise. My noise is NOT the same noise as the timing chain noise...more of a lifter tick, which quiets down when the engine warms up.
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Yes it will help, it will help burn your gas faster.
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Originally Posted by OwenMaxx View Post
no they will not help that rpms going up and then is normal lol transmission higher gears kicking in

only option is to trade it for a manual so u can keep it where ever you want it
Sorry but that's not true. My maxima is manual and it still does that. I thought it was broke when I first bought it and took it to the dealer, they said it was normal. Only car I ever drove, manual that does this. Annoying as fuck but got used to it. I don't even notice it anymore.
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