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RE: Latest software version

Can you please explain he total correction formula, as it doesn't look right to me?  calc.JPG

1 year ago
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RE: Latest software version

Can you please explain he total correction formula, as it doesn't look right to me?  calc.JPG

1 year ago
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RE: Latest software version

Does the linked brakes setting only effect the MOI calc and nothing else? I tried the MOI wizard on a 4wd car with a centre diff and it gave dramtica...

1 year ago
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RE: Latest software version

Does the linked brakes setting only effect the MOI calc and nothing else? I tried the MOI wizard on a 4wd car with a centre diff and it gave dramtica...

1 year ago
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RE: Latest software version

Just drag the torque axis into the window where you have the power.

3 years ago
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RE: Plugin toe dipping

Could it be saved? I want to apply an algorithm to it based on input torque to try and improve it's accuracy.

3 years ago
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RE: Plugin toe dipping

Is that not already done in order to get the enginehp figure?

3 years ago
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RE: Plugin toe dipping

Yes so if i want to apply a function to it, whats the easiest way?

3 years ago
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RE: Plugin toe dipping

is transmission loss available as a variable or do i have to create it using enginehp-wheelhp?

3 years ago
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3 years ago
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RE: Latest software version

I've tuned quite a few cars with live graphs now. 95% is done with power sweeps. The real benefit from live graphs is being to watch it being overla...

3 years ago
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RE: Coast Down losses calculation

And here is a 4wd car - over 130bhp of losses. Capture.JPG

3 years ago
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RE: Latest software version

Would it be possible to graph vs RPM or speed instead of just time? Also, to show a number as well as the graph plot?

3 years ago
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RE: Coast Down losses calculation

Attached is a plot of a fairly low power car. Inertia was calculated for this car using sweep up and down and comes out at 3.3. Two runs, one in 4t...

3 years ago
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RE: Coast Down losses calculation

Hi Jostein. The calculation you describe is what I would expect. When i talk about speed, I am saying that the losses are related to the roller speed...

3 years ago
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