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Old 11-01-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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New Lingenfelter products debuted at SEMA 2012

This year Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has debuted multiple new items at SEMA. Some of them include:

CTAP-001- Clutch and throttle activation position switch.
-Programmable clutch pedal and throttle postion switch
-Works with rising or falling signals
-Used to control nitrous, 2 steps, and other devices on newer vehicles
-Designed for 2010+ Camaro, 2008+ Corvette, 2009+ CTS-V and other vehicles
-Alleviates the need to install a separate microswitch on the clutch pedal
-Both normally off & on activation outputs
-High temp glass filled Nylon enclosure

LNC-2001- Adjustable RPM Limiter & timing retard control for LSA application
-Can be used to provide consistent launch RPM off the line
-In turbocharged applications, LNC-2001 can also be used to retard the timing in order to build more boost at the line
-Can also be used as an adjustable individual cylinder RPM limiter providing reliable and fast acting spark based engine RPM limit control
-Can be used to retard timing by up to 15 degrees

TBRC-001- Temperature based realy controller
-Module for controlling 2 relays based on temperature sensor readings
-High temparature glass filled Nylon enclosure
-Used to control fans, pumps, or other devices
-Works with OEM and aftermarket IAT, EGT, and TFT sensors

CAN2-001- GMLAN & SAE J1939 CAN to analog gauge & relay control module
-CAN2-001 module allows conventional analog gauges to be used on GMLAN and J1939 equipped vehicles without having to add sensors
-Drives up to four gauges
- Outputs a voltage-type signal to run gauges that are expecting a voltage signal
-Outputs a resistance type signal to run gauges that are expecting a resistance type signal
-Outputs an on/off signal for relay control
-USB port for module programming

If you have any further questions please let me know.

Thank you,
Ryan
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Old 11-15-2012, 04:55 AM   #2
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Count me in for a CTAP-001, TBRC-001, and probably a STOV-002
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:37 AM   #3
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This year Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has debuted multiple new items at SEMA. Some of them include:

CTAP-001- Clutch and throttle activation position switch.
-Programmable clutch pedal and throttle postion switch
-Works with rising or falling signals
-Used to control nitrous, 2 steps, and other devices on newer vehicles
-Designed for 2010+ Camaro, 2008+ Corvette, 2009+ CTS-V and other vehicles
-Alleviates the need to install a separate microswitch on the clutch pedal
-Both normally off & on activation outputs
-High temp glass filled Nylon enclosure

LNC-2001- Adjustable RPM Limiter & timing retard control for LSA application
-Can be used to provide consistent launch RPM off the line
-In turbocharged applications, LNC-2001 can also be used to retard the timing in order to build more boost at the line
-Can also be used as an adjustable individual cylinder RPM limiter providing reliable and fast acting spark based engine RPM limit control
-Can be used to retard timing by up to 15 degrees

TBRC-001- Temperature based realy controller
-Module for controlling 2 relays based on temperature sensor readings
-High temparature glass filled Nylon enclosure
-Used to control fans, pumps, or other devices
-Works with OEM and aftermarket IAT, EGT, and TFT sensors

CAN2-001- GMLAN & SAE J1939 CAN to analog gauge & relay control module
-CAN2-001 module allows conventional analog gauges to be used on GMLAN and J1939 equipped vehicles without having to add sensors
-Drives up to four gauges
- Outputs a voltage-type signal to run gauges that are expecting a voltage signal
-Outputs a resistance type signal to run gauges that are expecting a resistance type signal
-Outputs an on/off signal for relay control
-USB port for module programming

If you have any further questions please let me know.

Thank you,
Ryan
I recently got a PM & call from "Merc" and thought this may be of help to others......

If anyone else needs any pointers on installing the Lingenfelter CTAP-001 Clutch/Throttle Position sensor, I will be glad to give pointers. Merc got the version with the longer Purple wire so any disconnecting and moving the actual adjustable unit would be easier..... something I mentioned to LPE while Beta Testing the unit. The biggest thing to help is Do Not remove the clutch switch to get the connector off..... looks like a royal PITA. I removed the same switch off the brake switch and examined how the connector came off and too a lot of pictures with my camera of the positioning of the current clutch switch harness using mirrors. Seem to remember bending a small screwdriver to make a good harness clip removal tool. Pulled the lower left footwell paneling off and fuse panel cover. Put drivers seat back as far as possible (didn't remove) and steering wheel as high as it could go. Left arm was a tight squeeze to get my hand touching the connector, and right arm under the dash with the home made removal tool was like playing a game of twister. Then had a printed out picture of the position of the connector to my side to reverence so I could interpret what I was feeling. Presto.... got it off. Installing the new one that goes between the OEM harness and the existing clutch switch is much easier than the removal. I also added just a tad of light bulb grease to the connection to make it slide on easier. But I would definitely stay away from removing the existing switch to do it. I have fairly big hands and was able to do it. Or.... have a friend or mechanic with smaller hand help you out. Switch works great! What I really like is being able to adjust at what point in the clutch pedal travel the activation occurs since all clutches have different engagement points... plus may need adjustment later as clutch wears and the engagement point starts to changes. Also, I maxed out the hysteresis to 4.5 to keep from any chance of on/off problems if close to the engagement point in the clutch pedal travel..... since I have the triple carbon clutch and Really engages! (may play around with the adjustment later for fine tuning) For those that don't know, the "hysteresis" that Jason Haines from Lingenfelter built in, is so you have a "window" for the activation point - without this feature, if you have the clutch pedal at the activation point and moved slightly (like during hard launches)..... the activation could be turning on/off instead of staying activated. His install instructions explain everything really good. I'll post the same thing in my thread build at post #125:

If I can locate all the pictures I emailed Jason, I'll post that in my build thread also. Thanks again Jason and Ryan!

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showth...=124677&page=6
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boosted LPE Twin Pump,GT9,Coil Covers,Mats,Pedals/ADM Gauges,Race Scoop/Trunions
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RB 2-piece rotors,S/S Lines,Hawk HPE Pads/Forgeline SP3P/Weld RTS
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