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Pls help me, I need to know the best ignition timing.

I have a toyota carina with a 5a efi engine, is it wise to have it set to 20 BTC? at 10 BTC it has a lazy take off at 20 BTC it's sharp, what setting will give me the best performance.
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The faster time will give you the best performance but then you will need to use better gas if you have a timing ping when you accelerate.
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The ignition timing is set at 10 degrees BTC. the marks are at the front of the engine and the degrees are scaled onto a raised molding on the plastic timing belt cover. There is a line marked on the pulley. Paint with correcting fluid the 10 degree mark and the pulley mark. Correct timing is 10 degrees BTC.
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