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#5: 09-23-2012, 08:24 PM
 
 Brett
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Originally Posted by cryo View Post
I just updates a few details in my FAQ on this subject, if you click on my signature under this post you can read a little bit about it.

I personally use the AP for the tuning software but some people will tune their car once and be fine for months,years so the ap then becomes a paperweight unless you take advantage of the guages and logger to monitor.

Opensource requires a laptop, setting up the software and can be frustrating at times but very rewarding once you get it working.

There are benifits and drawbacks to either setup when it comes to AP vs OS, do your research and figure out what works best for you.

Thanks

Dave
yea, one of my biggest issues about open source is that i don't have a laptop. i'm prepared to shell out for a dyno tune and its really what i'm leaning towards. i'll have my stock intake soon, then over time, get the catback, then tune via IAG. besides, i usually use my AP to monitor things and adjust settings.