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Old 05-04-2012, 12:54 PM   #1
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Timing tuner

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Lingenfelter timing box


Any input on which is the best for progressive 300 hit?
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:11 PM   #2
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I just hooked up the Lingenfelter box and it was an easy install. The parts look top-notch and the instructions were very clear and concise. It allows up to 15 degrees of retard along with a RPM limiting function. I do not have any experience with the other box...sorry.
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I just hooked up the Lingenfelter box and it was an easy install. The parts look top-notch and the instructions were very clear and concise. It allows up to 15 degrees of retard along with a RPM limiting function. I do not have any experience with the other box...sorry.
Thanks for the kind words!

Chrishbsbll, we have the LNC-2000's in stock, ready to ship. If you have any questions please let me know.

Thank you,
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I bought the LNC-2000 and installed it over the weekend. Takes about 5 mins to install and as stated above looks very good and a factory type look also. Instructions are great also. Wouldn't buy anything different
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Lingenfelter is a good timing puller. Its what we mostly use here for our gm platforms
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We selected the LNC2000 and it has worked exactly as advertised.
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I have the timing tuner, no issues so far. I have heard the Lingenfelter was better though.
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LPE Chris all the way.

If you log it will show the timing being pulled from the log so you KNOW it is working.

I feel like I have asked you this before, but I have met you at the track right? Piedmont? If so your car is very nice and sounds nasty.
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