iandvl wrote:I've got a bunch of friends with Lexused Hiluxes where I stay. A large proportion, from what I gather, do not put in spitronics chips, as they seem to have a propensity for throwing away their "maps". I cannot remember what the preferred chip is (as I don't do chips), but I will find out this afternoon and post here.
In your case, this is what it sounds like - your "map" is gone.
I'm personally not a big fan of installing an after-market chip on Patrols (my vehicle is stock standard that way), but different strokes for different folks...
Alex Roux wrote:Ian, when you saw me yesterday on the road, I was on my way to the Dyno.
I will post the results and some explanations on a different thread once it is emailed to me.
I also upgraded the spitronix software, which is claimed to be more robust.
The older Spit software did have a history of sometimes (sometimes, rather than a "propensity") losing its settings when e.g. going to the coast and back. I.e. different altitudes.
But when the settings go out, the result would not be as severe as Louis explains. Or rather, what he explains, is much more radical than what I have heard of.
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