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    Senior Tuner Mep_q8's Avatar
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    MPVI2 VERY delayed response in receiving credits

    I can't belive this is still a problem after the MPVI2 has been out for so long. I have had a customer on the dyno for 45mins and we're still waiting for credits to come through?

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    I would suggest rather than purchasing credits when the customer walks through the door to purchase a few extra credits so you have some on hand when a customer walks through the door. Considering the credits are now universal now is the best time to order a few to always have on hand.
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    I do understand that, but why release a product that only works half the time? I should have used the MPVI1 for this but thought let's get fancy and use the new interface.

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    This is a failure on our end.

    Your credits should be available now.
    We got this guy Not Sure, ...

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    This is a failure on our end.

    Your credits should be available now.
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