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Old 07-09-2015, 09:14 PM   #1
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I've acquired a 2 step rev kit. Long story short a guy owed me some $ and he had just bought a 2step kit from AM for his 2v and I said I would take that instead. So can someone fill me in on how this all works, will it be useful, is it okay to use on my daily?
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Anything guys?
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A 2 step holds the rpms at whatever you set it too when the clutch is engaged by cutting spark instead of fuel like the sct 4 tuner launch control. Cutting spark instead of fuel is much better for the engine and if you have no cats in the exhaust it might shoot a flame or two. I've never installed one before but it cant be too hard if you have average skills.


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The install isn't my worries it's just the driveability is my question
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I mean the 2 step only works if the clutch is engaged so you can drive the car completely normal


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So it would work everytime i was at a light or a dead stop but as far as shifting and regular driving it's not gonna do anything different?
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Exactly

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Oh sweet, then I'll probably get this thrown on today. Is there any specific rpm you guys think is best or is just whatever I hook best at
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