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Hello to all. I'm the Po'man. My current ride is a 2003 Jetta Wagon ALH 5spd with about 140k miles on it. Recently did a timing belt job and the crank seal while I was there. Also cleaned the intake, EGR valve, and the intake ports in head. The intake was choked down to about an inch. Makes a tremendous difference when your car can breath. Now I'm wanting to fine tune my pump timing. My car is stock so would I be better off to leave it in the middle of the TDI Timing graph or should I go for the advanced line? I've read posts that say dead on is the way to go and others say advanced. I definitely wouldn't mind more response from the car but I also want the best mileage. Any thoughts or suggestions?
 
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