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Old 01-29-2020, 01:26 PM
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Default Auto-Blip throttle? Anyone try it yet?

I bought an Auto-Blip box and was going to install in my '69 Camaro for track days. Looks like I just need to hook it up to a clutch, brake, and DBW signals.

Has anyone tried this yet? https://www.auto-blip.com/

Feed back?

I know I should properly heel/toe downshift but my fat foot has a hard time with that. Plus newer cars have it so why not use the technology?

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That looks like fun.
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