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Re: Why.. (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on April 26, 2000 at 07:50:57:

In Reply to: Why.. posted by Jim Conforti on April 25, 2000 at 22:56:01:

Thank you for the answer on this.

My thinking would have been to change-over to just the "intake" version to take care of both "stock car" and "intake car" instead of having two seperate versions of your performance software. Unless, that is, you felt it wise to keep the built-in "check engine" protection for the stock car.

Either way, it makes sense what you've done. I appreciate your reply. This clears up the confusion I had concerning the two versions of performance software you have.

Bob ///M3


: Yes, the "intake" variant runs fine on "normal"
: car.. you asked "why" we have two variants.

: Because the "normal" came first and was out
: there.. so if we combined them, how do we now
: delineate which has intake mods and which
: doesn't.. by date?!?

: I'm in software for a living (not car software)
: and I can just feel the confusion over
: "what is in my car?!?" that would arise.

: So we have two "versions" .. well actually
: we have MANY versions of which "normal" and
: "intake" are two.

: If someone has "normal" and buys an intake,
: the upgrade to "intake" is a nominal deal.




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