I have pretty much the same mods, but add the Lloydz IAV and fuel controller and my plugs come out looking a bit on the sooty side. I'd rather have 'er running rich than lean. In spite of a rich mixture, I get a tad over 50 mpg at hwy. speeds from 50 to 65--that means I'm in 5th gear.
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It should help, but not every time. You went from a lean runner and made several mods that can make it more so. How much or how bad it could be will have to wait for more knowledgeable folks.
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2012 XCT, AFR+ Gen 4, Lloydz air filter. I don't equate noise with power.
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I'm going to run it a while and keep ck'g the plugs. There's no popping or pinging. I may be putting a AFR Gen4 or PC5 w/ Auto tuner later. Everything I read say to start at +4 on the timing wheel, but I saw some going as high as +6 or +8. I think I choose the right setting.