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post #1 of 2 Old 06-28-2019, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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2 step and flat shift on ms2

This is the only info I can find about wiring this switch. It says you can use the clutch switch or an external switch. I want to run both flat shift and 2 step. I have no idea how to wire this into the clutch switch so I was going to wire in another switch to work off the clutch pedal. Problem is is it says you need the clutch switch for flat shifting. So is that meaning it has to be through the clutch switch or just any switch activated by the clutch.

If anyone has set this up can you give me some insight. Car is a 92 fox

Launch control / Flat Shift:
Launch control may be run with either the factory clutch switch or an external switch. If you wish to disable using the clutch switch for launch control, you will need to take the lid off and remove the Launch via Clutch Switch jumper. See the image below (bottom of this section, section 3) for the location of all jumpers on the mainboard.
Launch control may be run with either the factory clutch switch or an external switch. If you are using an external switch for launch control, connect the pin labeled Launch Control Input connector to a switch, and connect the other side of the switch to a chassis ground. Launch control will be active when the switch is closed.
Flat shift requires the use of the clutch switch. It enables a different rev limiter when your foot is on the clutch so you can shift while holding the throttle to the floor.

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there are two inputs

launch and flat shift

you need a switch that activated by pressing the clutch pedal

as i said in the other thread, you are going to need to source a switch mechanism unless you want to canabilize the one that is used for starting and cruise

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