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Thread: Davis Technologies Vehicle Position Sensor

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    We have some lofty goals for this '69 Dart Chassis car with a N/A and future N2O G3 Hemi.
    Race weight <2500 lbs. Expecting the new engine to produce +2.4 N/A HP/cu in displacement.

    I'm looking forward to tuning with G-meters. When to shift, timing and when to lock the converter.
    I've got a "starter" timing table I hobbled together for pitch at launch. I'm looking forward making passes and dialing this in.
    Would you be willing to share some of the G-Meter Math Chanel wizardry? This is all new for me. Thank you.

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    I use MegaLogViewer HD for G-meter stuff. Holley math channels are very limited.

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    I took a quick look at the math channels over at EFI. Very comprehensive. I'll download this view and mess around with it. Thanks.

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    What does the Gyro LEAK DOWN function do?
    When does it need to activated?
    I haven't found anything in the instructions or online? Thanks.

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