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With regard to the "two stage" limiter, when you refer to the one that can be set off of the clutch....is anything other than this unit required to use this in that manner, taking advantage if the two stages? In other words, will I have to buy something else in order to make use of the two stages or is it simply adjust the dials and go? I have a 5 speed manual transmission on a 1990 fox.
Asked by Daniel Z. from Hazleton | Comment 1 0
This box provides more spark than factory ignition. 535 volts of primary voltage with spark energy reaching up to 135millijoules! The multiple sparks of the 6AL-2 burn in the cylinder for 20 degrees of crankshaft rotation to ensure complete combustion.Two more great features are the rev limits! There are two rev limiters; one for high end overrev protection and another you can activate off a clutch or transbrake to set a launch limit. This feature will help your car blast off the starting line! Adjustments are made via four rotary dials for 100 rpm increment control!The all new capacitive discharge ignition will easily connect to nearly any 12-volt negative ground distributor system.
Answered by Trey S. from Woodway | Comment 3 0
I've never had any sort of launch controller on my car. I have an AOD right now but will be swapping to a C4 soon. I see how the launch feature works with a standard transmission, as you have a clutch pedal to disengage the engine from the transmission. But with an automatic, will I need a transbrake to make this work? Thanks.
Asked by Mac M. from Vernon Hills | Comment 0 0
A trans brake will not be required, you can come up on the foot brake. However, you may run in to creeping through the lights depending on the stall speed of the converter and the RPM limit you set for the two step. With a little trial and error, you can match the selected rpm limit to the stall of your converter on the footbrake without having to worry about creeping.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I have a 1992 foxbody with a AOD tranny ,I've read previous questions and answers but I'm still confused on the second stage of this unit, when you said "it will help your car blast off the starting line" I picture a torque converter , so does it "delay" timing until the pre-set rpm on the dial is reached ? Then when that rpm is reached full spark/timing will be activated ? Giving it the "jumping" off the line effect? If you could please clarify on that for me , thank you
Asked by kevin d. from san antonio | Comment 0 0
The two-stage rev limiter allows you to set 2 different rev limits, one for stage/launch and one for top end rev. The stage/launch step is activated by a switch and most racers tie it in to either a line lock or trans brake activation switch.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 1
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