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Old 04-24-2012, 06:22 AM
cssnms cssnms is offline
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Originally Posted by Stugots View Post
Simply put, it's the same reason that JB4 and PROcede has multiple options. Each car performs differently, resides in different areas, has different environmental conditions, etc. To be locked down to one safe value, while nice, is not something I want to be restricted to. I honestly wish someone would come up with something more along those lines for us, so that we could really tap into the potential of the car. And there aren't 4 settings, there are 28 settings.
Difference being the jb4 and procede offer different maps by design to account for running meth, race gas etc, not so in the case of the jbd, dtuk etc. For the diesel it makes no sense. I tend to agree with flyingman here. It seems most tuners like to use the dyno numbers taken at the higher settings for marketing purposes.

Last edited by cssnms; 04-24-2012 at 06:24 AM.
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