Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Williamstown, WV
Side stepping is pretty much what it sounds like, it's not for everyone. You have to have your setup just right, a setup that will hook with such an agressive launch. Many people have to "learn" how to slip the clutch either to keep from blowing the tires off or getting around a bog situation. Using a "2 step" is a great tool for both standards and automatics. It's basically a dual stage rev limiter, usually the first setting at a lower rpm than the second. When activated ( alot of standard shift guys wire the switch into the clutch pedal) the unit limits the rpm to what ever limit chip you install, so you can sit at the starting line with the accelerator floored and maintain a steady "low" rpm for consistency on every launch. When the button/clutch is released the unit defaults to the second or "high" rpm limit for engine protection. Hope that makes sense.
91 notch, 408W, 10.5 comp, Jay Allen cam, Crane linkbars, Scorpion rockers, vic jr intake/heads, Canton pan, Mac longtubes, C4, UPR adj. uppers/lowers, Strange struts/shocks, subframe connectors, wild rides 6pt, Team Z k-member/anti-roll bar, MSD ignition.