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e_degala
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e_degala Feb 5, 10:13am - #392037 

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cruise control

with all the awful winter weather and me only having to drive like 2 miles to work i haven't used my cruise control in like two months or so.

well tonight i gave a co-worker a ride home and was the first time i used cruise control in quite a while and it got me thinking...

in the future i planned on adding the apexi pfc and a fidanza flywheel. so i got thinking, would replacing the factory ecu with the apexi version going to eliminate the cruise control function? and if somebody with a stock ecu added a flywheel, would it make the cruise control ruin the smoothness and make it all jumpy/herky-jerky as the computer adjusted for terrain and maintaining the set speed?

just being curious but thanks for the input.

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xmangt1
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xmangt1 Feb 5, 10:28am - #392038 

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That's a good question. Looking forward to the replies on this one.
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xmangt1 Feb 5, 10:31am - #392039 

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BTW, nice ride! Get those windows tinted thumbsup
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e_degala
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e_degala Feb 6, 8:55am - #392040 

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hatch glass has got to be switched out first for carbon fiber trunklid first, then we'll see 'bout tint.

back on topic: anybody with an apexi pfc want to post 'bout this? anybody with a flywheel want to post 'bout it's affect on cruise control?

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