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Procharger Supercharged C6 Corvette on the streets of Florida during FL2K in the summer. Maybe, one of the most unknown terms in this post is “2 step”. Not?

So, let’s explain it by quoting one of the comments on the video when asked about “what the 2-step is”:

“A 2 step is a secondary rev limiter that can be programmed to anywhere inside the rev band. It’s not really launch control as it doesn’t actually control your launch. Basically on a manual car, in most cases, you’ll fully depress the clutch, floor the gas, and the 2 step will engage at whatever rpm you have it set to. It will then hold that rpm until you release the clutch pedal. They’re very handy for consistent launches. They can be used on N/A engines, turbocharged or supercharged, doesn’t matter. If your engine does have a turbo or supercharger, the 2 step can help to build boost before the launch. They don’t really have any use after the vehicle is moving other than to just show off.” – Ray Bayard

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