Just finished testing a new strategy to help assist with light flywheel and grabby clutches for easy drive off! The new strategy allows you to give the engine more throttle and let the ecu control the rpm as the clutch engages. This prevents rpm flair and extra clutch slip when driving off from a stop! The strategy also doubles as a variable rate two step launch control, the more throttle you give it, the higher the launch rpm (all calibratable of course). This allows you to have controlled and consistent aggressive launches without having to be on 'kill'.When the vehicle is stopped, and the two step is active, there is now a table based on throttle angle for setting the limiter, so for example….
The Limiter might be set like this….
Antilag active above 80% [ANTILAG]
0%_10%_20%_40%_ 50%_60%_70%_ 80%_100%
2000 2000 2000 2500 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500
This allows you to give additional throttle and let the ecu control the rpm to prevent over revving the engine and over slipping the clutch.
If you want more leave rpm, just give it additional throttle and the ecu will control the rpm based on how much throttle, once you get above your Antilag trigger point, the ecu will kick in to antilag mode and target boost like normal!
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7756 E. Greenway Rd Suite#100
Scottsdale, AZ 85260