Power Grid and dual swap cam

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  1. Comax Racing

    Comax Racing Member

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    I am converting my old Supermag system over to a Promag 44. I am going to purchase a Power Grid for it, question I have is, I have a 4-7,5-3 double swap cam, I don't intend to use any individual cylinder timing , will this double swap cause any issues with the power grid? I have read that you need to tell the grid about a single swap cam, what about a double swap?

    Very new to this system so more questions will most likely be coming.

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    Corey
     
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  2. LSR FC

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    The Grid has provisions for you to enter your firing order.
     
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  3. Jason Green

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    If you're not using individual cylinder timing then the grid doesn't care what the firing order is.
     
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  4. Mike Canter

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    The Grid don't care as long as no ICT
     
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  5. Comax Racing

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    Perfect, I've been reading the instructions and that's how I figured it worked, just wanted clarification .

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    Corey
     
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