ok, so i have a freshly rebuilt can-am 175. i have the squish on the loose side (1.2mm squish, spec is 1mm max) - i can run a thinner base gasket, which i have ordered, but the thinner base gasket will only get me to 1mm which is definitely on the safe side.. stock ignition timing is 1.07mm btdc which felt a little pedestrian.. so i set ignition timing at 1.27mm btdc. i believe this is only a degree or 2. bike with this setting has nice over rev, and a nice hit. the question is this. since i have lower compression, the ignition advance should be fine or am i thinking all wrong? how far can i push this timing? it absolutely does not ping at 1.27mm, and runs excellent - i have b9es plugs (stock) - should i try a cooler plug just in case? i am running 93 octane always.... am i flirting with disaster?