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Old 07-10-2014, 08:53 PM   #1
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Default switching an "idiot light"??

looking at going with a MS2 v3.0 diy kit and am wondering if i can retain my over rev/ over boost light i have in my gauge cluster that i had running from my emanage blue setup.

this is what i was thinking. ONE LED...multiple conditions to turn it on..

1)Rev limit
2) Over boost
3 Oil temperature too high.

1+2 are must haves, but the oil over temp is something i thought would be cool too. use a GM coolant temp sensor or similar as an input into the Ms2 to trigger the light?
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Why do you need those in your gauge cluster?

Rev limiter will soft cut, then hard cut on MS2.
It also has overboost protection.
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Old 07-11-2014, 11:08 AM   #3
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MS2 can use the first two conditions OR'd together for a light.
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