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Old 04-25-2017, 10:50 AM   #1
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Just got 2-step hooked up.

Didn't realize how well it works. This is a rm turbo car. When it's half ass warm it hits 9lbs real quick. I have it set at 3300 rpm. It was alittle confusing to hook up using atomic efi since it feeds off of a negative and everything at the clutch is positive voltage. Hooked a relay to a 24hr positive. The open end to the starter off the clutch. And the negative running back to the efi. Don't know how well i explained that.

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Now that's pretty frigging awesome!
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I had a 2 step on my old DSM. It would build 15psi at 6K. Loved the launches with it!
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I had a 2 step on my old DSM. It would build 15psi at 6K. Loved the launches with it!

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Is this a 6-speed? I have an auto and a lingenfelter 2-step and it sounds decent, but nothing like that lol! Also I only build about 3lbs of boost
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Is this a 6-speed? I have an auto and a lingenfelter 2-step and it sounds decent, but nothing like that lol! Also I only build about 3lbs of boost

Yes, It's a 6-speed.
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