non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Re: non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Does that mean it's smart enough that I can start auto calibration before going on the track, then it will realize when I'm accelerating on a straight and braking on a straight, and ignore the turns in between? This also ignores trail braking and depends on the track in terms of whether you have long threshold braking zones.
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Re: non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Yes, it is working fully automatic around 80% of the time. Once it is fine. Use the Lock button to memorize the calibration for future runs (provided the mount is nit changed).

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Re: non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Thank you. I'll try it at my next event.
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Re: non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Apologies but I still cannot get this to work. I tried a few times, including having someone in the right seat try to do it on-track. I was never able to get the auto calibration to complete. I'm at a loss as to what to do.
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Re: non-preset orientation - acceleration calibration

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Hello,

Have you tested it on track? It will not work in public traffic.

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