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FTL with uber? how to...

Old 10-29-2004, 01:56 AM
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like the title says... how does it work if its set? is it like tE? jus floor it and it turns off at a certain mph? how do i activate it deactivate it?
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Old 10-29-2004, 05:51 AM
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I leave mine on all the time. I have it set at about 3800 and it cuts out at 14mph. You can set it in the settings in Uberdata. You can also make it work off your A/C switch but you have to ground a pin from the harness.
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Old 10-29-2004, 06:41 AM
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hold the gas to the floor, dump the clutch when you're ready to go, win the race that's pretty much how it goes. i like to set the disengage mph lower (about 7 or b/c there have been times when i hit the rev limit in first gear for a second while driving b/c the disengage speed was too high, plus it's easier to do burnouts with it engage all the time but disengage speed set lower. you can change the mph and rpm under 'rev limits' tab. just set the rpm 'engage' to what rpm you want it at, and set rpm 'disengage' 100 rpms lower than what you set 'engage' at. these are the rpms it bounces between.
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