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    Default Engine 1/DS Channel

    Todd, can you explain this channel and how to use it wisely ?

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    Default Re: Engine 1/DS Channel

    Hi Mark,

    This channel is simply a ratio of Engine RPM to Drive Shaft RPM which provides you with a clutch/driveline slippage channel. The quicker you can "lock up" the clutch, the quicker the value will approach 1.00. The more aggressive the clutch tune-up, the sharper the curve. Conversely, the more gradual the slope of the curve, the less aggressive (i.e.: more slippage) the clutch tune-up.

    Hope this helps.

    Sincerely,
    Todd Paton
    todd@racepak.com
    949-709-5555 ext. 1652

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