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      12-12-2009, 05:11 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by shochu75 View Post
lol how lazy can you get? I'm not entirely sure on why you like map switching so much, but if you're stock then I would assume that it's because you have one stock map and the other stage 1. Plus if you're running 11-2 maps, then you wouldn't want to use map 2 anyway, seeing as it's for meth and 100 octane... So then the only reason you'd want it on the steering wheel is for quick valet map access - just in case those valet guys sprint up to your car right?
Not about being lazy. If it was lazy, why have it at a arms reach to the DTC button. It's about function; user options. I'm asking the question for the future version, Procede version 4, which will be a a major overhaul. We will have more than 2 maps available. Try 4 or 5 maps. The software is still in Alpha so is an option that can just be integrated at programming or be release in Beta.
on the valet guys
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