So I have had my FJ60 for about a month and a half. I have put 5 full tanks of gas through it. For the first two weeks I put 85 octane in it. Third week or so I put a tank of 91 in it. 4-5th week I put 85 octane and a can of Seafoam in the tank. Tonight I put a full tank of 91 octane in it. I have been convinced that the timing on my vehicle was off a little bit for a long time. My truck has run poorly for the entire time I owned it up until I ran an entire can of Seafoam through it and burned the tank down to the fumes, hosed down carb with carb cleaner, and filled the vehicle with 91 octane fuel. It seems to have made a 10 mph+ difference in normal driving situations and a better lower end grunt. I have not checked the timing yet(no gun and not a lot of money) but I plan to soon. I bought the vehicle at an altitude about 2000 feet or more lower than I live at. Do these motors adjust to altitude at all? I don't know much of anything about carburetors(Especially Toyotas) or much of how to tune them. I have researched a little bit and have been lead to believe that they have an Emissions Control Module? Is this similar to the "brain" that was put on similar motors of the time that controlled all the emissions equipment? If so is it capable of "assisting" the ingnition/timing/dist./and air pump? Long shot but I am a total newb to this engine not to mention carbed engines in general.