So you know what the hell you're doing and can trace and eliminate issues.
So funny that companies got rid of the gauges that you could just put a plug in if you didn't want it, then people started screwing up their markers by messing with the lpr. Now you have to spend $25+ on an lpr tester just to ensure you don't mess it up.
a 3 cent plug is cheaper than a 5.00 gauge.
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I would rather have the gauge so I don't need a tester honestly. Though on some markers I see how you just can't do it because of the design like the marq and dm/pm's.
But you have timmys and shockers that people plug the lpr gauge all the time. Gen 5 timmys excluded... once again, the lpr port is gone and a gauge is needed.
Hot. I'd personally like to see the greens a bit more intense, more like that slime green. Just seems a little pale for my taste. When I think of green I think of an intense green, not neon though.
This isn't a rave... sadly.
Best piece of advice, break it in first. Then you'll be able to lower the hpr a bit as it breaks in. Then you can tweak the lpr, then you can lower the dwell a bit.
I left my Darq stock for almost two seasons before I dropped my dwell from 8 to 6, and even then I kept my lpr at the stock 85 before going down to 75.
And it would help make sure you don't have spikes or anything else like that. It's just one of those 'must have' tools if you have a marker that needs a tester. If you get that kind of marker, buy an lpr tester for it, saves headaches.
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