I've read all the pro's about locking out the timing, aside from being harder to crank sometimes, are there any disadvantages from doing that on a jet boat? I'm not running WFO all the time, I'm pulling skiers, cruising, etc. It runs better with it set at 36 all the time (SBC 383), I can keep the idle cleaner, but for those that have it locked do you have to keep an eye out for part throttle detonation, like at an RPM that I'd be pulling someone, or are these mainly race boats that you do this to? Because I don't think I'd ever hear it knocking, the Bassetts would cover up that noise. Thanks.