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Old 03-18-2014, 08:18 PM   #1
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How does a MSD 2 step work?

Before you start in, I know what a 2 step does.. But I'm lost on how it works. Is there a switch or an on/off button that i turn it on with? Does it have to be turned off once I launch the car? After i launch, how does it know NOT to drop down to the desired RPM that I set my 2 step at? Do I have to deactivate it once i launch but before I shift?
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