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I'm curious if any knows what is normal time for a Bosch/Tyco relay like everyone uses to activate/deactivate. I've been look at a delay on my relay I use to interrupt the nitrous while on the transbrake and it appears it takes .010 for the relay to close. Is that normal for these relays?
 

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I have an input for transbrake button on/off and another one for nitrous circuit activation - it's not on the solenoid outputs. The time is from the transbrake switch (wired to N/C bosch relay) going off to when the output on that relay comes on. The only other thing in the circuit is the carb switch. I don't believe there was any issues with the carb switch best I can tell. Have you measured how long it takes for one of those relays to close?
 

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I've done testing that supports the app. 100 mS on time for the relay. On bigger HP cars a solid-state relay was actually worth a little ET due to to faster switching times.
 
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