I need some clarification on the function of the spark cut rev limit . It is listed under the Aux Input 1 Function. Am I correct that if I was to ground this input I will engage the rev limiter for however long the input was grounded? Likewise , when the ground was removed it would disable the rev limiter? There would also be no delay ? If I am correct about the function I assume I can set a very low rpm like 1500 for the limit and have no adverse effects even if engaged at say 8000 rpm ? I am thinking I can use this as an ignition kill circuit for no lift shifting.