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we seem to all ways be butting heads ,
it.s not what i want and im sure its not what you want ,
happy with you saying you tap in 10/25 on your SW ,
Marks two profiles in this thread , i can do that dive on 10/85 and be out in under 170mins just by arsing about /manipulate the ppo2 , now if i wanted to manipulate a few stop times as well i could shave abit more out of it , so im running a 10/85 gas but
doing the same time as the 10/25 ,
just say ,
your not using the profile / deco times or stops time that your 10/25 SW is showing you . its for a reference only , as run your own deco fudge ,
you manipulate the deco and the ppo2 to get what you think is the right deco .
thats all im asking ,
if i wanted i could keep kicking the profile till i was out at around 145mins
but im not going to say thats a 10/25 profile off my SW.
come on who want a 15m end on a 100m dive lol that,s 20more mins shaved .
Last edited by gobfish1; 08-06-2017 at 04:48 PM.
I have no idea what you are doing then - as I almost always get out of water feeling great - no matter 90min or 7hours.
Originally Posted by Mark Chase
No where did I say that I was listening to my body.
I plan the dive and dive the plan pure and simple. In order for SW not start crying till you reach 6m you need to manipulate the helium as its gives way too much deco over the plan when you're diving pretty much helix (100m would usually be on 85%+ helium and 8% O2)
Last edited by graham_hk; 08-06-2017 at 06:21 PM.
No I am not using the profile the SW gives - On the bigger dives I set it at 10/25 so that tts at the start of the ascent is the same as the plan. For 60min of deco I would leave it in gf20/85 and 18/45 or 15/55 and it pretty much follows decoplanner plans generated for those dives.
Originally Posted by gobfish1
Certainly not trying to butt heads - I have a system that works for me as you have system that works for you. There's no right or wrong answer just stuff that works and debate.
Last edited by graham_hk; 08-06-2017 at 06:33 PM.