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Traction control - mapping ground speed versus mainshaft speed


Michael Lusby
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Hi there,

I was just looking through the traction control options and was dissapointed to see that it only maps ground speed against rpm, meaning that permanent traction control is not possible due to %slip changing with the selected gear.

Is there any plans to implement ground speed vs gearbox mainshaft speed so traction control would operate independent of gearing, therefore allowing permanent usage; this would also mean that %slip would be easier to calculate as it would simply be the ratio of gearbox mainshaft speed to ground speed. Setting a maximum permissable slip value, or maximum speed of gearbox mainshaft, against the known ground speed would be highly beneficial.

This would make the car far easier to drive in the wet :)

Are there any plans to implement such a feature or am I just out luck?

Cheers

Mike

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