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      09-24-2009, 05:46 PM   #1
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i am a new member and about to get a late 07 335 automatic and have decided on getting the latest procede....i have a couple of questions though

1. should i get the latest dealer software updates before installing procede?

2. is there a procede map specifically for fuel conservation?

sorry if this has already been discussed but i couldnt find anything
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i am a new member and about to get a late 07 335 automatic and have decided on getting the latest procede....i have a couple of questions though

1. should i get the latest dealer software updates before installing procede?

2. is there a procede map specifically for fuel conservation?

sorry if this has already been discussed but i couldnt find anything

1. it doesn't really matter...PROcede will work with all Factory software to my knowledge, perhaps Shiv will chime in.

2. The newest map has lean cruise, so when you are cruising steadily on the freeway, the PROcede will lean out a bit to give up to 34-35MPG's....This is better than my GTI!!!!!
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      09-28-2009, 06:11 PM   #3
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im in a similar boat but with a Mt...
from what i have found on here...it will help with fuel millage when driven "like you "oWN" it..

you can download all latest software from Vishnu site anytime

im waiting for my proceed can-bus alhis web site is FULL of info and support..so!!!
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whats the diff between the CAN-bus and just the PROcede?

is that the PNP?
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whats the diff between the CAN-bus and just the PROcede?

is that the PNP?
Nope. All the current PROcedes offer CANbus integration. So they are often referred to as PROcede CANbus. But that applies to every Rev.2 PROcede. One and the same product.

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