I thought they were two totally different types of rev limiters. The N2MB being a spark cut and a 2 step in the tune a fuel cut? Maybe I need to research more. I wonder if one causes more engine harmonics than the other. You have 6' of timing chain and maybe a big blower fighting the rev limiter.thats sick i am debating on the n2mb or just setting up the 2 step on the tuner
Wiring is always a bitch, seems like it will be quick but always takes forever if you want it to look good and be done right. I ended up just soldering all my connections, I wasnt haven any luck with wire taps.How was the install?
I currently have everything at default settings so 4K for the 2 Step, I did add the rev limiter to 6K but I havent tested it out yet.03sonikblu said:what do you have your rpm set at? and after I installed mine it seems as if I have no rev limiter even in my tuner I set it lower so that I could see if it was there or not and I dont have one :/
:naughty:jewster said:sounds real good. did you climax on your bumper?
I cant wait to try it out, probably wont be until the springstal94gt said:I used the n2mb and loved it. The wot shift worked gret after aalot of dialing in. The 2 step hits hard so be ready for slicks
yea thats what im shooting for hopefully ill be able to test it out in the spring time.MATT02GT said:Cool man, its definalty fun and nice to have at the track. Itll make your 60ft times much more consistant
what did you have it set at? last time at the track i tried it at 4, 4500, and 5000 and it seemed to lag off the line, but I think it might have been a combo of my stock clutch finally showing signs of wear and not launching high enough to counteract my 28" slicks.I used the n2mb and loved it. The wot shift worked gret after aalot of dialing in. The 2 step hits hard so be ready for slicks