i did mine this way, but it would have been faster with a full throttle setup. why not just flip the toggle switch when you want it to spray, and flip it off when you dont, just put it within reach.... that would be the easiest in my oppinion.
where are you losing traction? i never had a problem with traction with my ls on a 75 shot. no point in spraying in first tho. hit second, flip switch and go, just dont powershift and stay in the spray, cause fuel cut revlimiter and nitrous dont get alongI dont like the toggle switch, i would rather arm it with the toggle and use a push button to spray i have a wide open throttle switch that the toggle is connected to
I just wanted to know if it was dangerous to not spray the full 10 seconds, i think letting go of the button on my steering wheel is quicker than turning off the toggle switch, i want to have the toggle to arm it and the button to spray, you know the toggle will be my safety and it can only spray anyways at WOT
i would really like to be able to tap my button to keep traction
just wondering how safe that is, like backfire, and shit
:bigrofl:that is the MAIN reason for the wot switch, to ensure someone doesnt get a happy/nervous thumb and blow their intake welds.....