So, with the procal, all you have to do is set the rpms where you want them to before, say going out wheeling where you know you are going to have to go over steep, rocky inclines, where stall outs are likely? Or is it something you have to adjust just for a set number of minutes? How does it work exactly? Just curious if purchasing a procal is worth it based on that feature alone.
I need something like that, having 3.73 gears in the rocks sucks the big one.
2008 Black 2Dr 6spd D30/44
RK 2.5 X-Factor | Synergy tie rod | 35x12.5 MTRK's | BFH front | Genright rear | Yukon 5.13's | ARB front locker | Warn M8000 w/MasterPull synthetic | Rigid 10'' E-series
Last edited by rdlynch2; 02-26-2012 at 07:13 PM.