Harlan RPM switch

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unleashedcc
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Harlan RPM switch

Post by unleashedcc » Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:04 pm

I'm in the process of installing my r/t intake manifold on my 02 ATX. Now, I know the butterflies kick-in at around 4500rpms, since i'm ATX i was wondering, would it be smart to program the Harlan switch to activate at 3500 or 4000rpms since i usually dont hit 4500rpms in my normal day driving?
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Post by ZeroChad » Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:27 pm

No.

There is power loss with them open before 4800.
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