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Old 05-03-2013, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Calling Hydra Experts. How to use traction control with 9 position switch

Yes thats motec we have a hyrda. Moving on...

So I haven't gotten the switch yet, but I can configure a PWM map for voltage from an aux input vs VVS traction Cycles. I dont think that is it. I want to use the voltage from the selector switch to trim the traction control cycles in each gear.

Any ideas?
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That will, in theory, change the number of fuel cut cycles, but that's not really what you want. What you want is for it to not cut in at all until more slippage is detected, and you want to be adjusting the allowable slippage delta with the ****. That's the (presumably) impossible part. :(
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