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Old 07-21-2014, 01:36 PM   #1
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Launch control

as title suggests lads,

would like to know more about launch control.

or somthing similar, like 2 step,

Is there a product that you can turn on with a switch, as you would only need it on occasions, and reloading a tune takes the best part of 5 mins


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thanks PK,

is this function ready via a press of a button???


i already have turbo toms tune, so id rather not have to wid dat
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Yeah I believe you can switch on and off
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thanks buddy, does it plug into the obd ???
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Um not sure if it will get in the way of Toms tune. It doesn't tie into the ECU itself. It a by pass that takes limits your RPM. I can't really think of anyway it would interfere with his tune. Unless my brain isn't working right now lol. It controls the signal limiting your revs guessing it tell your ecu that everything is running fine or issues would occur.
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thanks buddy, does it plug into the obd ???
You tie in to your ingition lead to you coils to control everything there it isn't a update or a flasher. It is a box you add to the car yourself that controls it.
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You tie in to your ingition lead to you coils to control everything there it isn't a update or a flasher. It is a box you add to the car yourself that controls it.
yeah what he said!

There's is a guy on here who installed one on his focus.
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Im thinking of giving it a try and just leading stuff with a quick cramper. Worse case I need to place some eletrical tape on a wire or two. I much rather invest into a addon then the stock ECU using a two step. Even the Evo guys rather have a addon then flashing ECU. If it works like they say it does. This is probably one of the cheapest mods you can do to lower any ET times. Everyone knows driver mod is the best but shit, it makes you better without trying =P I still wouldn't touch flat foot shifting with out trannys being how they are....
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Im thinking of giving it a try and just leading stuff with a quick cramper. Worse case I need to place some eletrical tape on a wire or two. I much rather invest into a addon then the stock ECU using a two step. Even the Evo guys rather have a addon then flashing ECU. If it works like they say it does. This is probably one of the cheapest mods you can do to lower any ET times. Everyone knows driver mod is the best but shit, it makes you better without trying =P I still wouldn't touch flat foot shifting with out trannys being how they are....
stephen, massive props bro, your involved in everything performance bro!!!!!


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