the inputs of the timing-parameters respond the normal way like the factory timings.
So you can use the delaybase output of the clock2timing module combined with one of the ratio-modules (I have several different modules to quickly set integer ratio's->sss/math) and connect these to the timing-parameters.
Same counts for the LFO rate's, though remember, frequency behaves inversely from delaytime.
Multiplying a frequency makes it faster, thus a shorter cycle, while multiplying time makes it longer, thus a longer cycle,
For buffer repeat, there's the "Gretrig", combined with the gapper this functions as a gapping repeater. Note though, that this retriggering buffer goes through the whole fx-system, thus updating the buffer with new material every loop.