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Aggressive Mediocrity
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Don't laugh - I still use Accel's Engine Analyzer/Gen VII to data log. I actually think it does a good job for what it can accomplish, but it lacks one key feature (at least for me) - it has no provision to indicate the moment the transbrake is released. I do get this from the MSD 7531, and I really wish I had a similar trigger associated with the bulk of the data I collect.

So my question...does RacePak offer this feature? How about the Big Stuff or FAST offerings? Also, what is the resolution of these systems (Accel data is logged every 0.05s, or 20 events per second).
 

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Yes, they all do, depending on how things are wired.
 

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joe did you email rob? :p
 

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yea Sh1t or get off the pot and email him ;)
 

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Yes, they all do, depending on how things are wired.
Dave Bowman said:
joe did you email rob?
Okay you two post hijacking whores ;) Given the choice would you run the BS3 or RacePak? Does the BS3 have the flexibility to monitor suspension travel?
 

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Okay you two post hijacking whores ;) Given the choice would you run the BS3 or RacePak? Does the BS3 have the flexibility to monitor suspension travel?
suspension? wtf.. let r eat and work that tire over like a 2.00 whore :D

supension travel!

watch hance, fiscus, etc etc.. watch the video's of them making passes, watch the front and then tell me how that suspension travel monitors would help ;)

GO GO GO GO


back to jacking the thread
 

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Okay you two post hijacking whores ;) Given the choice would you run the BS3 or RacePak? Does the BS3 have the flexibility to monitor suspension travel?
BS3 and a Racepak are a lethal combo...ask Bowman!!!!
 

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BS3 and a Racepak are a lethal combo...ask Bowman!!!!
BS3 looks bishen, but not gonna change the DFI system at mid-season. So maybe a RacePak now and a BS3 to kick off next year :cool:
 

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BS3 looks bishen, but not gonna change the DFI system at mid-season. So maybe a RacePak now and a BS3 to kick off next year :cool:
Actually a Racepak V300SD with the DFI Interface would kick ass in your car. You would actually get EFI data for a change!!!
 

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Is the driveshaft speed function in RacePak configurable - i.e rate versus cumulative events? Not sure what the Accel system is doing, seems to be cumulative. But after 255 events the display (and associated data) flatlines - even though it's still tracking pulses from the sensor.
 

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Is the driveshaft speed function in RacePak configurable - i.e rate versus cumulative events? Not sure what the Accel system is doing, seems to be cumulative. But after 255 events the display (and associated data) flatlines - even though it's still tracking pulses from the sensor.
No trickery, it just tells you how many times the driveshaft went around. :rolleyes:
 

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No trickery, it just tells you how many times the driveshaft went around. :rolleyes:
So then I gather the user has to calculate rate? I'm an old bastard with a feeble mind - I don't have patience for calculating converter slip.
 

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So then I gather the user has to calculate rate? I'm an old bastard with a feeble mind - I don't have patience for calculating converter slip.
it does it for you..




joe go figure we have a lazy scientist here with a complex efi turbo car :)
 

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joe go figure we have a lazy scientist here with a complex efi turbo car :)
Turbo cars are - by definition - nothing but a bunch of hot air. They're easy to understand, which is perfect for the chronologically challenged.

Still no answer to events/second?
 
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