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Will the HSW WOT switch work with the LS-2

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    Will the HSW WOT switch work with the LS-2

    The reason I'm wondering is the LS-2 is drive by wire, and it doesn't look like it's made to work for it, has anyone with a LS-2 used it orhad any experiences with it? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05gtoautoX View Post
    The reason I'm wondering is the LS-2 is drive by wire, and it doesn't look like it's made to work for it, has anyone with a LS-2 used it orhad any experiences with it? Thanks
    you can use it but you need to install it by your gas pedal and make it work there. thats how the Vette guys usually do it.

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    i prefer to keep that area clear of any wires or anything, but thats just me.

    if i was fly by wire i would get an NX or ZEX electric WOT sensor switch. i think you can get them somewhat inexpensive now

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecterGT260 View Post
    i prefer to keep that area clear of any wires or anything, but thats just me.

    if i was fly by wire i would get an NX or ZEX electric WOT sensor switch. i think you can get them somewhat inexpensive now
    Not familiar with the ZEX but I have installed a few NX that are made specific for the drive by wire system and can be T-taped under the hood for nice clean hidden install.

    1. Unlike other currently available units, the NX TPAS may be installed under the hood.

    http://www.nitrousexpress.com/Pages/TPS.htm

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    i never had a need for one, although i do believe the ZEX is engine bay safe as well.
    i dont event hink it would need to be FBW specific, because the TB will still have a sensor lead you can tap into with any electric WOT switch.

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    Your best bet is going to be a TPS switch. There are a ton of them out there. There are ways to mount a WOT switch on (under) the pedal without any wires being in the way though.

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