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Old Thu, Mar-16-2017, 09:13:38 PM   #321
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Default Re: MK60 DSC thread

Thanks!

I was hoping that I could modify the BMW Mini protocol in the AiM Race Studio 3 to add the DSC light....but you can't. You have to start from scratch. So I don't have the info on everything else.
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E46 mk60 Analytics: Took one of my e46 out for a spin on snow, recorded CAN data and did some analytics. Can even see which of the wheels that got help from the mk60...



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E46 mk60 Analytics: By combining various CAN data from the mk60 and the DME, physics and knowledge about the car, it is possible to determine which gear the car had at the time of CAN data recording...

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Now someone just needs to find out which parameters control wheel slip and yaw so I can make my mtrack even less invasive, but still have a safety net.
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