Originally Posted by themyst
It "works" at the cost of consistency. I think most people would rather have a car that traps 120 mph all the time versus a car that does 122 one run, 117 another run and 115 the run after that.
It "adjusts" (for lack of a better/more technical term) to the conditions (based on knock). I agree on the consistency, but again- you are paying $500ish vs $1600ish or $2kish for something that really isn't that different. How many of us go to a track anyway? If I go, it's not for 1/4 miles.