Enable or disable the Anti-lag function.
How to activate anti-lag function.
•Always active - Anti-lag functionality is always activated.
•Switch input - Activation of the function requires the digital input function anti-lag enable to be activated.
Maximum amount of time the anti-lag function can be used.
Note: It's not recommended to anti-lag more than 3-5second unless you really know what you are doing.
Minimum TPS to activate the function.
Minimum RPM to activate the function.
Minimum CLT to activate the function. Safety function to prevent cold engines to be able to anti-lag.
Timeout RPM limiter
Right after the anti-lag function is released, some engines increase engine RPM for a short second and this function can be used to prevent this. Normally ~500RPM higher than your Enable RPM.
To be able to anti-lag, the engine needs to get enough air to spool the turbo. Specifies where the extra air is from.
•None/solenoid - Unuquie solenoid dedicated for this purpose only.
•Idle control solenoid - Uses the idle air solenoid.
•E-Throttle - Use the E-Throttle system.
Note: Anti-lag need a lot of air to build boost on low RPM with larger turbos.
Ignition adjustment/drop and fuel enrichment
Ignition adjustment from main ignition table during anti-lag.
Ignition drop event in percent during anti-lag.
Specifies how much fuel to be adjusted during anti-lag.
Example main settings to use the E-Throttle to enable anti-lag.
Ignition adjustments from base ignition table.
Ignition drop. In the above example at 3000rpm (when TPS < 1%) 50% of ignitions will be dropped. <-- do not mix with ignition retard, which is not the same thing.
Note: the rev limiter cut type is used here, use sequential for a smoother limiting in Limits --> Rev limit.
Fuel enrichment during anti-lag, used to cool down the engine/turbo, here at 3000rpm 10% fuel is added to regular fuel table.