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Old 10-12-2013, 08:34 PM   #1  
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New electronic device for rev matching on downshifts similar to the system in the new C7 Corvettes.
Adjustable. Hooks to the clutch, brake, and accelerator pedal.
Blips the throttle when you push the clutch in.
Can be turned off with the press of a button for normal driving.
The device is the small box with two ***** to the left of the video screen in the center console in the video below. Only the clutch was used for the downshifts in the video. No throttle manipulation by the driver.

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very nice. How much?
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Old 10-12-2013, 09:55 PM   #3  
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That's pretty nifty
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More info please!
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About how many RPM are you blipping?
Do you have any delay set in or is it set at 0?
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Yes, lets get some more intel
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In for Info.
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ohohohohoh I would like to know a lot more about this system please!
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About how many RPM are you blipping? Enough to match the revs to the gear. Tough to look at your tach at over 100 mph while braking for a turn.
Do you have any delay set in or is it set at 0? Some delay.
You need to adjust it based on your downshifting habits.
Everyone downshifts different.

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New electronic device for rev matching on downshifts similar to the system in the new C7 Corvettes.
Adjustable. Hooks to the clutch, brake, and accelerator pedal.
Blips the throttle when you push the clutch in.
Can be turned off with the press of a button for normal driving.
The device is the small box with two ***** to the left of the video screen in the center console in the video below. Only the clutch was used for the downshifts in the video. No throttle manipulation by the driver.

Looks like you have a Aim Solo. Is it the DL version? What do you think of it?

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Some more info from the Ford track guys that are using it.

http://bossmustangsonline.com/index.php?topic=4435.100
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not sure I want to trust a device to "control" my throttle!
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not sure I want to trust a device to "control" my throttle!
That's not what it does.
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Looks like you have a Aim Solo. Is it the DL version? What do you think of it?
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Works great. Used it at Autobahn, Road Atlanta, Barber, and Atlanta Motorsports Part.
All of the C6 data logging functions work except the steering wheel angle log does not read in degrees. It shows weird numbers between 550 and 2550. Have emailed AIM here in the US but no resolve yet.
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People rave about here... Awesome product works simple...
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Do they make it for a 2007 C6z06? I see 2009 and up on their website.
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It works on all of them
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