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      06-03-2009, 04:45 PM   #1
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Smile Rev.2s in and out the door... finally

Hi guys,
As many of you know, we've been out of Rev.2 stock for nearly a month. Good news though... we got a newest batch in on Monday. So as of this afternoon, we are officially caught up with all orders! So if you have been waiting patiently for a little box to arrive, rest assured that it is en route and that you will see it very soon (if not already). And if you have been waiting for us to have stock before ordering, now is the time to make the move.

And yes, they are pre-loaded with the newest firmware (#117) and the new maps (5-29) So just plug in and go!

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      06-03-2009, 05:12 PM   #2
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Hey shiv when switching from rev1 to rev 2 is it just a matter of removing the old procede box and pluging in the new one? leaving the existing pnp harness in place?
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Hey shiv when switching from rev1 to rev 2 is it just a matter of removing the old procede box and pluging in the new one? leaving the existing pnp harness in place?
Nope, gotta replace the harness as well. It's a pretty quick job. Nice to not have to run a ground wire out of the ECU box any longer.
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Has Haltech been out of your model?


Nice to see those interested in a Procede will be able to get theirs soon
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hey shiv, did you get a chance to look at my pm from monday?
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