Is anyone using the Diablo Sport Sprint module to cancel the AFM on their truck? I don't want to do a tuner yet. After driving my new to me 2012, I can say I hate the cylinder deactivation junk. I really didn't realize how sporadic it is until I put a Super 10 muffler on it this weekend and could here the exhaust note changing and realized the changes I was feeling was the deactivation, and not throttle changes. I guess if you live in flatland country it would be alright, but in WV you don't get much flat ground for the deactivation to stay in 4 or 6 mode. This has to be hard on the engine constantly going back and forth between modes, and I can see where it causes problems with plugs and so on. My other question is with the Range device, it states on their website that it should be unplugged if the truck isn't driven for a prolonged period. I might drive my truck everyday, but sometimes it might sit for 5 or so days. Would I have to unplug if it were to sit for say a week?