Diagnose this Misfire

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Re: Diagnose this Misfire

Postby Rob Stevens » Mon May 21, 2018 3:08 am

Steve are you trying to use aux switch for you paddle input also?
I use right lambda for launch rpm, pit lane for neutral and cam 2 for down paddle.
Dont bother trying to use pit lane, just use the launch any way + the rpm knob.

It is very frustrating that the in and out puts aren't more flexible, but I get why Allan did this.
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Re: Diagnose this Misfire

Postby SMR » Mon May 21, 2018 6:02 am

Rob,
Alex has confirmed it's software bug -
I'm not double using any of the inputs so alls good (I also use right lambda for l/c rpm and cam2 for neutral, map2 for down).
The pit lane works great, but I may try the l/c and rpm pot anyway and see how I get on with it (My engine builder give me a really hard time if I hit the soft-cut limiter).
Cheers
Steve
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Re: Diagnose this Misfire

Postby Rob Stevens » Mon May 21, 2018 6:56 am

Hope you are using the random cup patterns as they are very good.
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Re: Diagnose this Misfire

Postby SMR » Mon May 21, 2018 3:16 pm

Hi Rob - yes, I'm using the cut patterns - which gives a nice gentle start to the soft-cut. Much less harsh than the limiter on my old MBE967.
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