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Thread: wheel speed channels

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    Default wheel speed channels

    How do I create a channel that takes drive shaft RPM, rear end gear ratio to give tire RPM? So if I change rear end ratio's I can still shoot for same tire/wheel rpm that can be compared to previous?

    I guess in a nut shell how do you create a data channel so I can go from one gear ratio to another and compare real tire speed?

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    Default Re: wheel speed channels

    Im a retard at this electronic gadgitry

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    Default Re: wheel speed channels

    I use 4 of them and 3 were bent. Some more than another. Could this harm the probes?

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