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IF you install your new AP and it detects a previous AP it will overwrite all previous information forever without the ability to recover it. If it detects it you will loose it, even if you try to save it.
When you sell your car and uninstall the AP, the AP will use a stock map stored in itself and apply it to the car so you don't run around without ECU instructions.
That's what I read.
In short. Install it and when you are done with the car the AP will reinstall stock settings because it will know that there are none on the car once you remove the AP forever.
or call cobb.
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