If you’ve been around the NMRA circuit, then no doubt you are familiar with Mike Jovanis and his 1989 Mustang. Up until recently he used a mess of electronic boxes to control a DiSomma Racing Engines-built 347ci small-block and Forced Inductions 88mm turbo. EFI was controlled by a Haltech Platinum Sport 2000, which was aided by MSD Grid and an AMS 1000. For the 2016 race season he planned to simplify tuning and even add a few features by eliminating nearly all of these boxes, and employing a new Haltech Elite 2500-T. The “T” stands for Torque Management, which is another name for traction control. Previously this True Street contender has been using the more traditional “riding the dots” method.
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