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Old 03-25-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
jhyland87
 
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Cutout toggle switch instead of pressure button?

So a while ago, I had a DMH Exhaust Cutout on my old RSX-S, and I liked it, and I am thinking about getting one for my Camaro as well, and im open to getting a different brand.

The DMH button was one of those buttons that you would press the top of the button and hold it to open it, and press and hold the bottom of it to close it.

My question is, is it possible to have it setup on a toggle switch, so you just flip it up to open it, and down to close it?

I plan on getting nitrous and line lock as well, so instead of having a switch to enable nitrous, a switch to enable line lock, and a button for the cutouts, id rather just have one switch that would enable everything, or disable everything....

Thanks!
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