I haven't seen this discussed at all when I searched, so I am hoping I can get some answers.
What do you guys have your Rev Limiter function set on your N2MB WOT box to? Based on my understanding, when our cars hit the rev limiter, the ECU cuts fuel which could cause engine damage. If you enable the N2MB's rev limiter function, rather than cut fuel, it will cut power to the coil packs. So let's say your car's rev limiter is 6750 rpm, you can set the N2MB's rev limiter to 6500 rpm so your car will never be able to reach the dangers of that 6750 rpm fuel cut.
Is all this correct? If so, why does it seem that many WOT box owners don't enable this great function? If I am completely wrong, please let me know. I just installed this on my car so I am trying to fully understand all these features.