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      05-06-2010, 01:52 PM   #1
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Goodbye bog, thanks Vishnu!

After addressing the PROCede bog issue with Shiv for a few weeks now, he sent me an updated map for my 6MT which completely resolved the bog issue I was having for months across two different tunes! I am now a happy camper in every way possible!

FYI - the CANshift delay was reduced for us "fast shifter" types as per Shiv, and apparently this is all that was needed for my issue. It will be implemented in all future updates as it does not have a negative effect on those who do not bog.
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If no-lift shifting was ever possible via the PROCede, that would put the exclamation point on 6MTs vs 6ATs at the track! I don't know if this will ever be possible....
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Excellent news. Sometimes my shifts hold lots of boost other times they don't hopefully the work you both did with help out others.
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I told you to dump that jb3, glad you finally have a properly working car.

Btw try 40, we have 19 cars in the 11s, logs look good. Try 40
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BWAHAHAHAHAHA ^

I'm waiting for shiv to develop the option for no lift shifts for the 6MT.
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After addressing the PROCede bog issue with Shiv for a few weeks now, he sent me an updated map for my 6MT which completely resolved the bog issue I was having for months across two different tunes! I am now a happy camper in every way possible!

FYI - the CANshift delay was reduced for us "fast shifter" types as per Shiv, and apparently this is all that was needed for my issue. It will be implemented in all future updates as it does not have a negative effect on those who do not bog.
Glad to hear that. I'm looking forward to testing these out. Thanks for forwarding the map. I'm a fast shifter too
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Glad to hear that. I'm looking forward to testing these out. Thanks for forwarding the map. I'm a fast shifter too
It will help for sure. I can't get it to bog anymore.
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Try powershifting, now I am curious about this.
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