An incredible advantage in racing situations, our Launch Control provides about a 2 car-length lead right from the holeshot!
No 'piggyback' modules! An EVP Exclusive - you won't find this innovative technology anywhere else!
Experience much quicker acceleration which can reduce 0-60 times by up to .4 of a second.
Once engaged, we’ve engineered the ECU logic to retard the ignition timing while adding fuel which gives the exhaust energy it needs to spool the turbo and build massive boost at low RPMs.
Launch control allows the engine to build gobs of boost without engaging the belt. This EVP exclusive ECU programming holds the engine at a preset RPM when the brake is fully depressed and the accelerator pedal is pushed to the floor (vehicle not moving). EVP launch control is 100% integrated into the OEM ECU code and It does not require any wiring or “piggyback” spark interrupter modules. A clutch engagement RPM which corresponds to the various launch RPM programs is all that is needed for proper operation.
We have designed the 2-Step Launch Control to work with stock clutching, however, higher RPM engagement is achieved by upgrading your clutching to either our Shift-Tek Silver Spring or our Shift-Tek Essential Clutch Kit that includes the high engagement spring and notched weights.
Furthermore, if you already have upgraded clutching (STM for example) you only need to purchase the programming at the higher RPM Engagement.
A clutch engagement RPM which corresponds to the various launch RPM programming is needed for proper operation. Choose from the 3 options below.
Our launch control integration into the factory ECU is another example of how committed EVP is to developing innovative and industry leading products and tuning solutions for riders. We continue to push the performance envelope and provide products that dominate in the sand, dirt and racetrack. This software upgrade is only available for EVP tunes and is not compatible with any other tuning company ECU flashes.
Note: Big Turbos, higher elevations and hot, humid temperatures will reduce the boost you can make at a given RPM.