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Just spent the day wiring it all up - now I need the settings for wheels as Im thick and cant work it out. :)

 

Rear tyre sizes are 265/35/zr18

front tyre sizes are 245/40/zr18

 

is that all I need ?

car is a SWB TT.

what hard cutoff do I set for launch control

anyone be good enough to provide me with info?

 

Thanks

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and finally the DAT file (just remove the .txt)

 

If anyone can help I would be eternally grateful :)

 

 

Launch control doesnt seem to work - terminal mode reads it as active but it just wheelspins off

Diags where it does the misfore seems to work tho.

 

just set wheel sizes to 653mm front

643mm rear.

still unsure as to why configuration reads kmh and any surface is set to 655.35kmh etc

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Hi Jay

 

First off, sort out your wheel sizes. Your fronts should be 653mm and rears should be 643mm. This will make a difference!

 

Also, are you sure you've set the wheel channels up correctly? You may need to use the calibration dongle to set the wheels up (if you've got one)

 

Finally, in your launch control setup, the wet rev limits should be set lower than the dry rev limits!

 

HTH

 

Steve :)

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Hi Steve, havent got the calibration dongle but wired it up *exactly* as TTNet said.

I have already set wheel sizes up :)

 

What is a good setting for wet and dry limits?

 

Thanks

Hi Jay

 

My launch settings are shown below.

 

However, to ensure that the system is working properly, jack up the back of the car so the wheels are off the ground (pref use axle stands to ensure it's secure). Set the controller to Wet, then run the engine and accelerate. The car should start to misfire at about 10/15mph. This will demonstrate that the wheel sensors are set up correctly or not.

 

HTH

 

Steve :)

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