Another Vishnu Procede First!
Other tunes require you to adopt the Trial and Error approach to find your ideal map. In other words, you have to from one map to the next until you find the map that feels the best. If to don't go aggressive enough, your car will be down on power. If you go too aggressive, your car will knock, potentially causing damage, offer inconsistent performance and be down on power. This is absolutely ridiculous. The notion that any tune needs to offer "several" maps to choose from is unacceptable on many levels. First, why should you, the end-user, have to play the part of the tuner? With no suitable logging tools at your disposal, you can't determine with any accuracy which map is "just right." And following tuner "guidelines" (ie, "Use map3 if you are on 91oct or map5 if you are on 93oct) is equally ridiculous since such recommendations will not apply to all cars, in all conditions, with all fuel formations. It's a gimmick at best. Dangerous to your engine at worst. Especially with "tunes" that offer no form of timing control (tunes from BMS specifically).
The Procede, on the other hand, not only offers timing control, it also has the ability to quantify how aggressive the tune, at any given condition/moment, by monitoring knock control activity through its unique CANbus integration. Add a few hundred lines of clever code logic and, all of a sudden, the Procede is the ONLY tune with the ability to AUTOMATICALLY adjust Fuel, Timing and Boost settings as a function of how the engine is running. This means that it will AUTOMATICALLY compensate for changes in conditions, changes in modifications, changes in fuel qualities, etc,.
This means no more having to tinker with your laptop. Simply drive your car and let the Procede do it's thing. Quite literally, the Procede's AutoTuning feature is better than having a tuner in your backseat, working full-time to optimize your engine performance!
For more information on AutoTuning and how it works, go here: http://www.vishnutuningforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21