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launch control

i need to find some way to get a launch control. i have no clue as to what im looking for really. i need something that i can adjust the launch on myself. i know i launch good at around 2100 - 2200 rpm and dont bog down or spin too much. any ideas? i need something in a reasonable price range. it doesnt have to be a chipped ecu.
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Re: launch control

Either a chipped ecu, or MSD ignition
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Re: launch control

honestly if your na you dont need launch control . turbo cars benefit from launch control ( anti lag ) from actually bein able to build boost at the line . my advice bring it up to your rpm side step the clutch and let her loose . ive actually had problems with my old msd ( on 2 step it varied the rpms by about 200 ) if you left at the bottom of the swing would hook fine , at the top it would break loose . i found it was more consistant to actually just use my right foot to set the rpm for a launch .
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