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Discussion in 'Boss 302 and S197 Technical Forum' started by VoodooBoss, Mar 12, 2013.
Yes, I noticed that too...it wasn't working at all then it started kicking in sporadically at Laguna Seca. Now that I'm back at the shop it seems to be working perfectly. Figures.
Yes, this is exactly what I have been experiencing...the lights indicate everything is working, but no blip. Now today in the shop it seems to be blipping just fine but at the track it wasn't working 90% of the time and the other 10% was a surprise. I read in an earlier post that someone wasn't pushing the clutch in far enough....could this be the problem here? The lights indicate blip tho....so I am cornfuzed.
I had the same problem, it ended up being a bad connector splice to the throttle sensor, I must have redone it a half a dozen times, each time testing the connection which tested fine, plugging it back in just to have it not work. I took the splice connector apart and could see nothing wrong so I finally gave up and soldered the connection. End of problem. I had a sore back for a week after trying to finagle my way around under the dash for half a day!
Time to resurrect this. I am getting ready to do my first track day since installing the Autoblip.
I am using zero delay and about 1/4 on the blip knobs. This is where I have set it for street driving.
Is this a good starting point for the track or should I raise the blip rpm???
I have one and it works flawlessly, but I am a highly skilled installer
I would start at about 1/3 and 1/3 for both, then you may want to raise duration as you develop your Auto Blip "skills"...
I’d start them both at 12:00 and adjust from there. No way you can replicate track conditions on the street.
Thanks. I'm looking forward to trying it out....