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IIRC, VXAP2 is the newest update, prior to the VXAP2 the VXAP1 was the newest. So if you do decide to get a reflash, your not losing or gaining anything significant, except a lighter wallet from the cost of a reflash.
I can't remember what updates were included with the VXAP2.
I went from VXAP1 to the VXAP2 and noticed a seat of the pants loss of power feel, but that might be my imagination. I have custom tunes written for both strategies, and can still use the VXAP1 without issues.
IMO, it's not worth the updating to the VXAP2.
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