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Thread: deactivation delay, how does it work?

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    bikerphil Guest

    Default deactivation delay, how does it work?

    If the time based retard is halfway through it's build time and it's deactivated (for example by closing the throttle when it's wired through a WOT switch), then i can set the deactivation delay to cover that breif deactivation.
    However if the time based retard is re-activated (by opening the throttle again) will it resume where it left off or start from 0 again?

    In the same way nitrous controllers have a resume ramp basically?


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    This question has now been answered on the forum.

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