I realize that I need to advance the timing to increase fuel intake to match the extra air, now that my cold air intake system is installed. How might I address this without taking my miata to a mechanic?
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If noone has the info I would go to mitchell1diy online and for ten bucks pay for all the procedures. It may have what your looking for.
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Exhaust leak? Please describe. Make sure correct spark plugs were used (I think gap distance makes a difference, but ask a local mech or store parts employee) and the intake manifold is put back on with correct torque specs. Make sure there are no leaks in the air intake hose, air box, etc as this will effect performance.