I put some fat tires on the Taco today. 295/50R15 Maxxis Marauders front and rear. The front needed 1/4" spacers so the 15x10 3.625" backspace Mickey Thompson aluminum wheels would clear the brake caliper.
This table 1 is the 93 octane timing. Please note due to my compression being 10:1 my Megasquirt's boost controller reduces boost from 30psi on e85 to 18psi on 93 octane. I lose over 100whp if I pump in 93 octane. It's a flex fuel system that does this automatically. If you run this 93 octane timing map above 18psi it's probably too aggressive for even stock 9.5:1 compression. above 240kpa it should probably all be zeros on 93 but zeros screw up my flex fuel tune.Do you care to share your timing map for your new setup?
I don't know why LCE says shim under buckets are necessary. It just isn't true. I asked the same question and got advice from a guy who is running Kelford B cams who is running standard buckets at 8k rpm. My A cams with stock unported 4 port head start dropping flow around 6k so I use the electronic boost control to add more boost above 6k to give it more top end. If I was using a manual boost controller peak power would probably be somewhere around 6k rpm. If you get A cams you will have to remove material from the head for the big intake cam lobes to clear. You might not have to do that for the smaller LCE stage 2 intake cam. Here is a recent virtual dyno graph of the current tune:Awesome thanks. You're more conservative than me, but I also have the 2rz. Question about your cams and valve springs. Did you need any special shims? Lce says you have to use shim under buckets for their stage 2 cams, but they are smaller than the kelford A cams. Does yours make power all the way up to 8000? When does the power finally drop off?