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      09-23-2010, 11:59 PM   #23
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We already do. Actually, I've just made a final decision and bought Procede two days ago over the flash just because of greatest works of art you keep putting into it. You're willing to spend your time, listen to customers demands/requests and then use them along with your creative ideas as a V4 tune development to another step higher. Thanks man!

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Thanks man. It's a group effort over here so I can't take the credit
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      09-24-2010, 12:03 AM   #24
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I love my Procede just the way it is. All I want for Christmas is CAN DME ignition timing readouts in the fuel gauge instead of the boost gauge! Can you make it happen perhaps a little early Shiv?
Good request... Live ignition without datalogging FTW.
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      09-24-2010, 12:10 AM   #25
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Good request... Live ignition without datalogging FTW.
I was thinking boost/AFRs can be replaced by ignition/IATs for users like me and you JP.

0 on fuel gauge = 0 degrees, 1 on fuel gauge = 20 degrees, so that it is scaled in an easy-to-understand format.

IATs could be scaled 50-200 degrees F.
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      09-24-2010, 01:21 AM   #26
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I was thinking boost/AFRs can be replaced by ignition/IATs for users like me and you JP.

0 on fuel gauge = 0 degrees, 1 on fuel gauge = 20 degrees, so that it is scaled in an easy-to-understand format.

IATs could be scaled 50-200 degrees F.

boost gauage might be useless cus I think a lot of ppl that i know have the vent boost gauage already.
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      09-24-2010, 03:56 AM   #27
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Yes, inlet air temperature please... (if it is possible to appear in the digital little small monitor)
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      09-24-2010, 04:17 AM   #28
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I'm speechless Shiv ,, great job guys ... wish you all the best ... talking about who doesn't appreciate Procede ??? , well basically the ppl who don't have one
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      09-24-2010, 10:27 AM   #29
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Awesome update, Shiv! I already love the throttle response of the Procede, but I might adjust it on my 6MT to help mitigate my rather heavy right foot.
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      09-24-2010, 10:50 AM   #30
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Giac like? set it at 50% :-)
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      09-24-2010, 01:34 PM   #31
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And we have made it so that you can adjust each map independently. So, in essense, you can make map1 a smoother, less responsive map (by lowering throttle response) and map2 more responsive (by leaving throttle response at 100%). And just change them on-the-fly depending on what you need/want

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Shiv - know this came up in another thread but I don't know if there was any final consensus.... Is there any way, or would you be willing to provide a way to map switch without the automatic adaptation reset? Maybe a default setting that could be set by the user?

As you continue to indulge us with more and more features and control, having the ability to switch maps without having the adaptation drive time would be great. Maybe a user setting in the software to set the default and an option in the command menu to force a reset of the current map?

I'm not in any way diminishing the value of the adaptation process, it's one of the reasons I went with the Procede, but many of us are not throwing race gas or changing hardware every week and wouldn't be negatively impacted by preserving the adaptation values.
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      09-24-2010, 08:39 PM   #32
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Are you able to mAke the PROcede so when shifting instead of having to be completely off the throttle to eliminate the bog, that if your foot is 20% on throttle it still does eliminates the bog.
Only because I notice when I shift fast from 2-3rd gear that I think my foot is still on the throttle a little bit and I get a bog sometimes.
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      09-25-2010, 01:48 AM   #33
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This is very cool.
Shiv, can you finally add adaptation values to stay persistant while changing maps. What you've done with the Procede is basically add a Sports mode or M button for us non "M or Sport DCT" drivers.

It'll be great to program map 2 for a more aggressive mode without losing the learn value from Autotune. I suggested a while back to use the DTC button to relearn value if someone wanted too, since the DTC button doesn't get use to cahnge maps as often since you now use the steering wheel stalker. I know the DTC button pressed twice still changes maps, can you just add another click by pressing the DTC 3x and reseting the values to user default. So if we wanted to reset any adaptation or learn values from Autotune, we can just press the DTC 3x to reset all value in whatever map we desire.

Thanks for the ongoing support on the Procede!
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This is very cool.
Shiv, can you finally add adaptation values to stay persistant while changing maps.
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      09-25-2010, 09:33 AM   #35
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Took the new stuff out for a ride this morning. I'm not up on the command center or the new way of changing maps. Still enjoying the old way of doing things.

Great job on the updates!
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      09-30-2010, 03:51 PM   #36
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First day on Proced map 3, what can I say... I was scarred shitless on the highway! Now this is a bad boy tune!... what can I say.. Procede Rules!
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Took the new stuff out for a ride this morning. I'm not up on the command center or the new way of changing maps. Still enjoying the old way of doing things.

Great job on the updates!
+1 I like the DTC map switch. Don't remove it!
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      09-30-2010, 04:39 PM   #38
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Not trying to be a jerk, but is your mod list up to date? I thought map 3 was for methanol injection?

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First day on Proced map 3, what can I say... I was scarred shitless on the highway! Now this is a bad boy tune!... what can I say.. Procede Rules!
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