The best route is to use the report function.WHY ARE WE YELLING???
Do not write the title in all caps.
I will do that in the future, wasn't actually sure if that was a violation.The best route is to use the report function.
Ok great, now Jag I know you're the best in the business, so I got no complaints.. it's just in today's age things move so quickly that alot of support drops off.Walter, the algos will go to both cpu's upon updating.
Absolutely!! Jag is the best in the business, no doubt about it!!I will do that in the future, wasn't actually sure if that was a violation.
In all honesty @WalterTheRadarWizard9999 , Jag is renown for having some of the best customer support around, therefore I doubt that a hardware addition is going to make him just drop non vpr support. As of right now that is 100% of his customer base and it wouldn't make sense to take a page from Apple.
We'll be just fine, Im sure.
Me too, and at the very same test! Make sure all of you take extra time making sure your heads are aligned and leveled properly however! The difference even a small amount off makes is unbelievable!It's ok to install in the Non-VPR CPU. That's what I have done and I didn't notice any issues during recent testing.
Yes, eyeing them in is no where good enough and sometimes the bubble level might not be good enough.e too, and at the very same test! Make sure all of you take extra time making sure your heads are aligned and leveled properly however! The difference even a small amount off makes is unbelievable!
I used my TMG bubble level, and had it pretty close, or so I thought! My Boss 302 has turned out to be a bipolar b$%#^! My front duals came out of the gate kicking @ss and jamming everything we threw at it, including The DE and DEC! My rear heads on the other hand have had one issue after another and at times have been totally useless! We found a horrible reflection from 2 reflectors under my bumper, we taped them up and made one last run a couple of weeks ago at our course at my house and got a JFG finally against the DE! It was getting dark so we called it and planned for our next test, which was yesterday. I had to re-install my rear heads because we are still in the process of doing a stealth install. I mounted them with the good plastic velcro in the same spot and used the bubble level and thought all was good, WRONG! We had 2 sharp shooters at our test @asleeper and of course @VariableWave . As usual my front end kicked @ss and was JTG against the DE. As I drove past them and heard my alert continue from the rear I could tell from their body language in my mirror that they had an IPT! Needless to say I was PISSED! Sure enough, no matter what we tried including removing my rear tag and covering my big chrome horse emblem, nothing did a damn bit of good! I asked them to try another gun instead of that damned DE! They then used a PL3 and I jammed the hell out of it both front and rear! At least I knew the rears were working! @The Pope walked back with me and looked at my rear heads and suggested we use his protractor to level my heads instead of the bubble level. They were way off! We set them to around 1 deg up with the car on the highway, since we were in the middle of nowhere with no traffic. I rolled out again thinking here we go! Success! While I'm still not totally JFG against the DE, from 300 feet out I am! At least we have a good starting point now!Yes, eyeing them in is no where good enough and sometimes the bubble level might not be good enough.
My digital Mitutoyo Protractor proved that during the test we ran.