Thanks for responding for me Paul
The rpm and load are at a low level where timing bumps around as load etc increases slightly that the retardation from KR is impossible to notice. The wiring could still be suspect as are the sensors and everything under the hood. What I do know is that no amount of high octane fuel or timing retardation through the timing commander and even a gear change (change in load) changes the KR. Aka..I have a high probabiliity it is false KR. Soon as I can get a moment..I'm hitting this hard.
Meanwhile.. we frequently hear that the 3800'* love timing. Having the Caspers Timing Commander, a properly tuned PCM and an Aeroforce gauge can be quite enjoyable.
I'll have a new pb, the question really is..once I have slicks.. where will my pb end up?
Meanwhile..I happened to get these (dead camera batteries) the other day. These...minus picture is a set of spring blockers.