Stage fuel mode
•Wet - No fuel is added by the ECU
•Dry - Fuel is added by the ECU
Note: For dry stages, the ECU calculates the fuel from the nitrous jet size.The Fuel correction (Nitrous --> Nitrous General) may need to be adjusted depending on the engine and nitrous setup.
Nitrous jet size
Size for each nitrous jet in this stage.
Number of jets
Specifies number of jets in this stage.
Note: Make sure suitable external drivers are used when PWMing nitrous solenoids.
The output frequency to be used in the Nitrous PWM stage.
The duty at which the solenoid starts to open. Used to compensate for solenoid dead time and give a more linear fuel delivery.
Note: Must be adjusted when the PWM frequency above is changed.
solenoid duty table
Specifies the PWM duty % to be used to control the solenoid.
Stage solenoid test
enable test mode
Enables or disables the test function of the solenoid.
Note: Remove the nozzles before testing, or allow time for the nitrous to leave the manifold and intake after testings. Failure to do this could result in engine damage from a backfire.
The test duty in % used on the solenoid.
The test length in seconds.
Press the test solenoid button to activate the actual test feature.
Stage ignition retard
The amount of retard applied when the stage is active (and a short time after). If the stage is in PWM-mode the retard is automatically adjusted depending on the duty cycle (if the entered retard is 4 degrees and the duty if 50%, then 2 degrees are used).
Stage fuel correction
•Default (fueling constant).
•Correction table - This table allows you to add/subtract a % of fuel to the main VE table based on NOS Solenoid %. This is helpful if you have fuel delivery that is not linear.
How to activate the current stage:
•When conditions are met
•When conditions are met + Stage activation input
Minimum TPS before activating current stage.
Minimum RPM before activating current stage.
Minimum MAP before activating current stage.
Minimum GEAR before activating current stage.
Minimum vehicle speed before activating current stage.
Min Nitrous timer
Minimum time of the nitrous timer to activate the current stage.
Note: Enter "0" to ignore the nitrous timer.
Stage spool conditions
Stage spool mode activation
•Enabled during launch control - Used to spool big turbo chargers.
Minimum RPM before activating current stage to spool turbo.
Maximum RPM before activating current stage to spool turbo.
Minimum TPS before activating current stage to spool turbo.
Maximum TPS before activating current stage to spool turbo.
Minimum MAP before activating current stage to spool turbo.
Maximum MAP before activating current stage to spool turbo.