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Boost control and Launch Control??

Old 05-02-08, 06:39 AM
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Boost control and Launch Control??

Has anyone been able to setup launch and a sort of 2 stage boost control?

I can only see the launch control working by having an external map and then with a clutch switch switching over to this map which has a lower ignition cut rev limit on it.

Is there another easier (cheaper?) way?

Also boost control. I want less boost in first gear. I was just thinking the easiest way would be to setup the TPS boost trim table and anything under 90% throttle put in -50% boost, so in first gear i'll just not completely open the throttle up and i should be able to launch with less wheelspin. Or i could use the external switch trim, but that means more wiring etc

Any ideas?
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Old 05-11-08, 08:39 AM
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Ive thought about wiring the extrenal trims into the clutch switch, to pull alot of timming and add alot of fuel to possibly allow a flatshift, howevever ive never tried it.
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Auto's flat shift every time I have a BAD Jatco with lots of goodies inside and it works great. Boost modulated shift ....semi automatic box by Keas in Australia .
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