When you first install Bouncie, it needs a few start-stop cycles in order to calibrate, but what does that mean?

Bouncie has a chip inside of it that records data from your vehicle. At first, the chip doesn't know it's orientation inside of your vehicle. Some OBD ports are horizontal, some are vertical, some lie flat, and some point down towards the floor board. 

After a few start-stop cycles, Bouncie is able to determine which direction its facing, its able to begin transmitting data to our servers, and ultimately, we feed that data to your app.

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