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  1. Finally took time to install the Raptor shift light I picked up back in May. So far I love it. When Craig beat me by a tick in his Hellcat Charger at CF7, I was curious where I could improve. In reviewing data logs I realized I had shifted 500 RPM early on every shift. I hadn't been used to cars running so close with me historically, and subconsciously I guess I thought grabbing the gear sooner would give an advantage. in the end it cost me a little over a 10th from what I normally run. Now with this installed I can hit the shifts just right, and it also includes the launch RPM feature as well, so it basically lights up at a user programmable launch RPM letting you know your on the mark without having to stare at the gauges. This will allow me to hit the light better as well since I can focus on the tree.