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Still don't get how this works. So, you're sitting at a light and a ricer-mobile want to race you. (Street has been cordoned-off since street racing is BAD!! -, no innocent civilians allowed in the area - no really). You press escape 2x to activate, rev to whatever RPM, pop clutch(?)/let clutch out and launch control flings you ahead like a pro?
it holds the rpm's at the perfect desired rpm
so you floor it, but it stays at 2,500 rpms....then you sidestep the clutch and watch it go
AHA! - the key info - mystery solved - I think. When in launch mode, RPM defaults to 2500 even though it's floored. And you can change launch RPMs in the "SRT exclusive EVIC"
It does say that on the 1st post but I couldn't grasp the concept due to cranial density issues.
Presumably 2500 RPM is the default and you can adjust it down to the optimal 1825 (as posted by someone else).
OK, so now you're happily off the line. The launch control disengages at 1st shift or you have to hit ESC again? Probably don't want to be cruising along at 2500 RPM all day.
Do you have to adjust RPM in the EVIC each time or does it store the previous one.
(Apologies for the TOTAL NOOB questions - I don't have the car yet or I'd try and figure it out)
Thanks in advance (and Merry Christmas)
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