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Old 28 Jan 2013, 12:16 am
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Default Two Step Rev Limiter?

How/where do I get the two step feature? Does it come with a manual adjuster? And can I manually set it to however many RPM's somehow?















Looking to have the feature on my s2000. Thanks!
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Old 28 Jan 2013, 12:31 am
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You need Hondata or to have your ECU chipped. 2 step isn't good if your engine is stock as it is creating backfiring. You also need to have a 2 step controller, so you can set it at whichever rpms you want to launch at. So if you get it, just keep practice launching to see where it is best at. I launch at 4000-5000 RPMs but I burn out till 3rd.
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