Allows Accessories To Activate At Specific Throttle Blade Positions
Works On Both Carbureted & Fuel Injected Applications with a TPS sensor
Drive By Wire Compatible
Easy To Read Display
2 Programmable RPM Window Switches
Adjustable TPS Voltage
Adjustable Shift Light Control
Displays Live RPM & TPS Readings
Recall Feature Shows Max RPM & TPS Voltage
LED Displays Light Up When Stages Are Active
What's in the Box
(1) Programmable Wide Open Throttle Switch
Window switches have just been taken to the next level!
Tired of having to replace RPM pills every time you want to change the activation RPM of your nitrous kit? What about needing two RPM activated window switches to control your two stages of nitrous? Well, your worries are over. NOS is proud to present our 2 Stage Wide Open Throttle/RPM activated Window Switch with Shift Light Control. The
WOT/RPM activated window switch is a small, compact, user friendly unit with features like, two fully programmable independent RPM window switches that can operate from 0 to 20,000 RPM for anything from a low rpm engine to a high revving sport bike. It has the capability to read a rising or falling throttle position sensor for accurate activations every time. The WOT/RPM activated window switch also features a
programmable output to activate a shift light for on-time gear pounding shifts and a handy recall feature that shows max RPM and TPS voltage for easy set-up.
I had problems with my cheap nitrous switch that comes with most kits so I purchased this. I would definitely recommend this unless you need a progressive controller. I really like the ability to set the rpms when the nitrous hits and turns off in case of a miss shift. The shift lite output still needs a tach adapt to work properly on a cop ignition though
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