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Originally Posted by Tippy View Post
That's what I'm trying to figure out. I mean, you wouldn't lean out or richen to change power, maybe retard timing, but how would that be done on the fly?

Only thing that I think is a solid way to detune is a simple boost controller.
Read my above post. Decent engine management systems all have gear dependant boost/timing etc controls. Which means that when driver changes gear, preprogrammed boost level, advance etc will be applied.
Gear is detected as a function of rpm vs road speed (non-driven wheel).
I have done this personally on several cars.
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