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      12-10-2007, 06:20 PM   #1
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Procede 2 with a AT

Well now that my car has adapted to the Procede, it's aways in the wrong gear! It's almost a must to have it in DS when trucking around town and going up hills. Has anyone else noticed this?
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      12-10-2007, 06:22 PM   #2
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I always use my paddles, but if you drive in DS without paddles, then give your car a couple days to adapt. btw -- did you follow the v2.0.2 map instructions and disconnect the negative terminal (black cable wire) from your battery? This resets the ECU, so it will adapt to your v2 right away.
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      12-10-2007, 06:28 PM   #3
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Well now that my car has adapted to the Procede, it's aways in the wrong gear! It's almost a must to have it in DS when trucking around town and going up hills. Has anyone else noticed this?
Is your 335 difficult to drive when in 'D' mode? How does it behave in 'D' mode? Thanks.
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Guy's I installed my V2 this morning & loaded the 2.02 AT map. No issues and the car is driving well thus far.

I noticed Shiv has posted a revised AT 2.02 map this morning so am looking at loading that before I go for another drive. Question is should I go through the process of disconnecting the battery before I load the revised map?

Thanks in advance.
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      12-10-2007, 06:45 PM   #5
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Let it adapt and then up the setting a couple percent and you should notice most of the tq. back.
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Guy's I installed my V2 this morning & loaded the 2.02 AT map. No issues and the car is driving well thus far.

I noticed Shiv has posted a revised AT 2.02 map this morning so am looking at loading that before I go for another drive. Question is should I go through the process of disconnecting the battery before I load the revised map?

Thanks in advance.
Shiv doesn't on his car and neither do I. It doesn't hurt though...

My settings are at 94 and the car feels very strong.
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Is your 335 difficult to drive when in 'D' mode? How does it behave in 'D' mode? Thanks.
I wouldn't go as far as saying it's difficult to drive. I just want it to down shift sometime and it doesn't. It's almost like the added boost is providing enough power so it just keeps on going.. But it's not, as the car starts to slow down.. You then press harder on the gas and nothing too extremes happens.. As you give it more gas the car will eventually shift and at that point you are really moving! Haven't tried .2 yet, but I will before I go to work tomorrow. BTW I'm experiencing this when traveling at approximately 40mph and driving up an incline.. What do you think would happen if I drop the values below 2,500RPM 5%?
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Don't do it. 2%, then 1% from there. Check boost first and make sure your running at least 93 octane if your going to go as high as 94%
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my car is over 100 miles with V2.02.02, it drives so stock-like. i feel it's slow compare to previous map perhaps 30-50 less torque. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gear dont pull as hard below 5k rpm. is 91 octance good enough for 92% (or maybe 91%) across the board?
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Hum.. i cant really tell, but it seems googoo fast up top. I just set my settings to 92 percent though and loaded the update map. I will let you know how it goes after i do 50 miles tomm. Dont forget to do battery disconnect for hour and half and ecu reset through software before loading map.

Ontopofm - you can put to 92 percent max with 91 octane.
94 percent is for 93 octane users
97 percent is for 96 octane users
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just loaded the updated map and did some pulls to redline. hope i can feel the difference tomorrow. if not i will dial up to 91 and then 92% if needed. thanks v2bling
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ontopofm,
Do you get 1/2 engine light/limp mode at 6700 rpm at the 3-4 shift. If you could try this it would be very helpful.
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Hi guys,
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Do you get 1/2 engine light/limp mode at 6700 rpm at the 3-4 shift. If you could try this it would be very helpful.
i dont get any engine light or limp, but i think i was doing from 2nd-3rd pull
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Do you get 1/2 engine light/limp mode at 6700 rpm at the 3-4 shift. If you could try this it would be very helpful.
updated: i just did that and everything seems fine, default settings
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