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    Default Boost Levels

    Hello all. Coming from a stand-alone controller for boost management detail and looking at the Holley strategies, maybe some current users can clear up a few questions. Can the Dominator have multiple boost levels selectable on the fly, by say a switch or selector?
    If I’m reading into the setup section correctly, can I set that function up through the “Boost By Gear” using the individual input for Shift Recognition and the Manual Gear Reset?
    Is the Manual Stage Input done with a momentary switch or is it latching? Thanks.

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    I haven't done it. But I'd try to using an Advanced 1D Table. Add a 20V input use resistors and three latched switches or a rotary switch, to create 0V/3V/5V or +10V. All switches off (0V) runs on base tune. 3V switch on runs at -5. 5V switch on runs on +10. This would be for a drag race scenario where you'd be offsetting boost any time after transbrake release.
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    Last edited by BoostedCP; 01-20-2020 at 01:36 PM.

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    Hmm interesting. Thank you, I'm going to keep this in my notes. I think we need a 2-wire logic choice Input (nudge, nudge) then we could at least do 00 01 11 10.

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    Would you scale the 5V portion table like this?
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    I seem to be having issues posting images.

    What I'd do is zero out the commanded boost in the Boost ICF and run it entirely from a 2D Advanced table. Y axis AEM Trim Pot, X axis Time, AT Launch. Table Type "Boost Offset".

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    Something like this? Dirt road to ya better have your shoes tied track. LOL!
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    Yes, you have it exactly. I don't think a straight offset is a good idea.

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