Request and discussion on new / to change features
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An electronically controlled throttle may not ever reach 100% on an autocross course in a high powered car. If pedal position is used instead, the extrapolation algorithm creates lots of spikes, making the graph difficult to interpret. The OBD gives you the VIN, so calibrations cannot be mixed if referenced to the VIN. Or have the option to log the raw data rather than adjusted to 0-100%. Or allow manual entry of calibration slope and intercept that overrides the automatic calibration.