I concur. I'll take the time and do it. On to the next step of things, since it's hooked up. Right now it's simply functioning as a tach output and rev limiter. Here's the manual: http://www.msdpromag.com/pdf/8973_frm25079.pdf As was already stated, I plan on using the violet/blue wire to fire the air shifter. My next question would be as to how the main reset Dark Blue wire works. "This is the main reset wire for several features of the Controller. When 12 volts are applied to this wire it will activate the Launch Rev Limit. It will also activate the Launch Retard value and the Launch Curve. It will also reset the following programmable features: Shift Light Sequence will go to first gear. The Time Retard Curve timer will reset to 0.0 seconds. The Time Switch timer will reset to 0.0 seconds." I have my line lock/t-brake working via one momentary switch. I have a dual relay that I use to activate the t-brake. Turning on a switch on the panel powers the first relay, which then gives power to the second relay. The momentary button is then used to trigger the second relay to fire the t-brake. I would have to think that in a clutch car, a momentary switch would be hooked up to the clutch pedal, and when the clutch pedal is pressed, it resets the 8973 to first gear. I guess my question is this... If I hook up the Dark Blue wire to the line lock, it will see 12V continuous until I release the line lock. Does the 12V have to be disengaged before the 8973 will fire the 2nd/3rd gear shifts? I could hook it to the t-brake, but then that leaves me in the dark as to how the 8973 would know when to reset for the burnout.