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I have noticed the same problem so I did some tests. It appears that if you have your throttle set to a position greater than zero and press the LC button then I do not get any pit lane calls, but if I do not have any throttle set ie zero throttle and press the LC button anywhere on the track I get a pit lane call. So if, as I do, you have an XLC at the end of a straight and you back off the throttle and attempt to change lanes you get a pit lane call even if you hold the LC button then release the throttle I get a pit lane call. We need other people to test this theory and report if I am going senile in my old age or if this is a problem.
Sorry Andy!
 

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I checked and sure enough I had no pit lane selected. Selected a com port and all is well. This brings me to another quick question. the reason I am not using pitpro is that the cable is too short to reach from the PC to PitPro. I tried uding a telephone extension cable but PitPro does not work with that extension cable in line. Do I need a special PitPro extension cable to make it work?
 
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