From what I understand now, most people only use the Closed Loop function while tuning, not while racing. Why is that? What negative is there to having the Closed Loop on? It seems like it would be an extra level of safety. How do you disable the Closed Loop function, just set the "On" setting to a very high RPM that you won't ever reach? Finally, how much gap do you put between your 2-step and the Closed Loop "On" when tuning? I understand the 2-step will skew the numbers, but I think I want as little a gap between time on the 2-step and when I can start recording data. So how little a gap can I use? This is for a BS3 in particular, but I would think the theory would apply to all in general. Thanks for any help!