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Old March 14th, 2008, 08:20 PM   #1
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dual-stage rev limiter? What is that


and should i gedt it on my tune it ask if i want one
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Old March 14th, 2008, 08:27 PM   #2
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yes you should.
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Old March 14th, 2008, 08:31 PM   #3
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I would like to know what it is also
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2 step... set your rev limiter low the clutch is engaged or something and you can bounce off rev that way you dont have to find your rpm when you launch... when clutch disengages so does the first rev limiter... thats what i was told... all i know is that it would come in really handy on launches cuz you just floor it and it rev limits at whatever you want it to...
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Hmm I will have to play around with that, on the Xcal3 it has the drive rev limiter and neutral limiter.

I set the neutral limiter 4k thinking when its out of gear or clutch engaged, so I could rev but not worry about going to high when not in gear, set the other at 6300 or something, Well It spiked me at 4k in gear, was a surpise first time I drove it :p I pulled over quick and fixed it.

I think Ill go out and play around before I go for a drive tonight.
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so what kind of options do u get wit this tuner
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Hmm I will have to play around with that, on the Xcal3 it has the drive rev limiter and neutral limiter.

I set the neutral limiter 4k thinking when its out of gear or clutch engaged, so I could rev but not worry about going to high when not in gear, set the other at 6300 or something, Well It spiked me at 4k in gear, was a surpise first time I drove it :p I pulled over quick and fixed it.

I think Ill go out and play around before I go for a drive tonight.
I did the same thing, I think that is more for the automatics
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does it come in a box...lol
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They call it a 2 step. The first neutral limiter is for helping set the rpms for launch. Its still a bad idea to hold the gas all the way down and have the limiter resist the rpm increase, but it can help to get you close. The drive limiter will become the limiter as soon as the car leaves the line and the ecu sees mph. make sure to test it out in a safe place. I have seen the neutral limiter not disengage before.
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