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2006 Kit ECU Ignition Advance

Couple of questions about setting the timing advance on the kit 2006 ecu. I have the fuel map setup and it runs great so now I'm wanting to set the ignition advance. This is for street and running 92 octane fuel

1) Setting it isn't the problem it's straight forward except that no where in the manuals can find what each unit equates to. For example when you increase the advance it shows a change of .35. Is that .35 degrees or is it some other unit amount?

2) The next questionis if you know, with the map set wiyh all zeros does the kit ecu have the same curve or map as the the stock ecu?

3) If you have created a map did add some timing at all throttle/rpm points or just in the higher rev range?

Thanks in advance (no pun intended)
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