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Old 09-25-2009, 07:51 AM   #1
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Hey was just wondering if anyone had their 2step settings handy? Im trying to set mine up but wanted to see what you guys had yours setup as?

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Old 09-25-2009, 07:53 AM   #2
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I'm actually going to mess with mine this weekend.

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i messed with mine a bit.

i have it on 7 out of 10 for the harshness (cant remember exact name)
always on
6000 ignition cut
7000 fuel cut
6025 ignition retard
7mph or under

the ignition retard pretty much determines how much boost youll make from my playing around with it. if i had it at 6000 i could make a couple more psi than at 6025. i can make 5-7psi as it sits. just a greddy kit, 3" inline pro exhaust and ems







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if you wanted to use the cruise control cancell switch as you 2step input, what would you select in the AEM 2 step setup window?
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why is your ignition cut before your ignition retard. that kinda makes no sense. when i get home i will check mine out and post it up.
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haha. youre right. its 5950 or 5925 for the retard. im at work going off of memory.
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Bump for more info.

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hold up, bootin up the shitty laptop i use for aem pro now.
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mine is

switch always on
fuel cut 5700
ignition cut 5250
ok below vss 10mph
retard timing 5000

its a lot of fun and makes launching at the very least consistent.

oh, my 2 step wizard is at 0 for softest cut
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Why is the retard timing lower than the fuel/timing? Is that what makes the fireballs fly? haha
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