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clutch activated launch control

This is a discussion on clutch activated launch control within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; I am searching for a way to accurately set my launch RPM in my 2001 Z28. 6 spd. TR cam, ...

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    Apr 2006
    concord, nh

    metallic blue
    2001 Z28

    clutch activated launch control

    I am searching for a way to accurately set my launch RPM in my 2001 Z28. 6 spd. TR cam, 100 NOS. Ford 9" w/4.11's, M/T ET Street's and the common bolt-on's and mod's. I noticed that riceburners have some kind of clutch activated switch,similar to a brake light switch,that in turn sends a signal to a programable controller. Is anyone familliar with something like this for 4th gen's or is there a more simple way to control launch RPM. Besides your foot that is. I've looked at MSD but I don't think this what I'm looking for. I'd like to stay and chat but I have to get back to work.

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    I Fixed Da Rear jimbo98z's Avatar
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    Aug 2005
    Raleigh, NC

    Mystic Teal
    1998 Z28 M6

    It sounds like what you're talking about it a 2-step rev limiter. Holds the revs at what RPM you want until you launch, and it turns itself off.
    1998 Camaro Z28 M6
    SLP Lid, Flowmaster, Cutout, Spec Stage 3, Pro 5.0 w/ Lou's short stick, Pacesetter Race LT's, Drilled/Slotted Rotors, Hawk HPS pads, Nitto NT555R DR's, Moser 12-bolt with TrueTrac and 3.90s, RPM Speed LCA's and Panhard Bar

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