v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Information about new releases of the Woolich Racing Tuned software, this includes new features, bug fixes and support for new models.
realpsi
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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby realpsi » Wed Sep 05, 2018 8:15 pm

Probably best to submit a support ticket for those issues.

Ubba
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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby Ubba » Fri Sep 28, 2018 12:09 pm

jimk7 wrote:
realpsi wrote:
jimk7 wrote:Could you please tell me what Map represents? I think map7 is antiwhellie

Map 1 = Slip target % ?
Map 2 = ?
Map 3 = ?
Map 4 = ?
Map 5 = Edge control ?
Map 6 = ?
Map 7 = Anti Whellie ?


Did you sort out the table?



Only Map 7 definitely it’s the Anti Whellie because I test it ,all the others will be tested soon. :mrgreen:



Hello,
did you manage to understand the meaning of the other TC maps? if yes, would you be so kind to share here? please

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jimk7
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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby jimk7 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 5:53 pm

No i haven’t found nothing else but the Anti Whellie where there is a mistake on cells...all the other maps is too difficult to be understood,and an other reason I didn’t work with them any more is that the current ones I prefer more...I have done some changes with mid scale naps without any advantage....there is also this one,found it on gixxer.com it might help you...


Traction Control Map – 01
From testing this appears to be a sensitivity adjustment. Adjusting this resulted in a noticeable change to overall TC settings.
The other Traction Control map I assume would be for throttle sensitivity, slide and Lift Control. I ran out of time to test each individual TC Map.
However the rider tested various TC Levels and I noted what corner he liked certain TC modes than others. Then using the copy and paste feature from Traction Maps 1-6 I then built up and further adjusted the TC maps to suit the rider to give optimum drive on selected corners.
Turning off TC maps from 80% TPS onwards resulted in a constant 5 kmh increase at the speed trap by the end of the straight indicating that wheelie / traction control has effect on acceleration.
To set up TC for the rider and track I suggest the rider to use TC 1-5 to gauge the feel of TC for a dry track. Note advantages and disadvantages of each mode.

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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby Ubba » Tue Oct 02, 2018 9:36 pm

jimk7 wrote:No i haven’t found nothing else but the Anti Whellie where there is a mistake on cells...all the other maps is too difficult to be understood,and an other reason I didn’t work with them any more is that the current ones I prefer more...I have done some changes with mid scale naps without any advantage....there is also this one,found it on gixxer.com it might help you...


Traction Control Map – 01
From testing this appears to be a sensitivity adjustment. Adjusting this resulted in a noticeable change to overall TC settings.
The other Traction Control map I assume would be for throttle sensitivity, slide and Lift Control. I ran out of time to test each individual TC Map.
However the rider tested various TC Levels and I noted what corner he liked certain TC modes than others. Then using the copy and paste feature from Traction Maps 1-6 I then built up and further adjusted the TC maps to suit the rider to give optimum drive on selected corners.
Turning off TC maps from 80% TPS onwards resulted in a constant 5 kmh increase at the speed trap by the end of the straight indicating that wheelie / traction control has effect on acceleration.
To set up TC for the rider and track I suggest the rider to use TC 1-5 to gauge the feel of TC for a dry track. Note advantages and disadvantages of each mode.



Hello, thank you very much. it is helpful indeed. What mistake are you talking about for antiwheelie?
Then, how do you deal with TC and different tyres size like from 190/55 to 200/60? did you take any action?? thanks

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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby jimk7 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:59 pm

Ubba wrote:
jimk7 wrote:No i haven’t found nothing else but the Anti Whellie where there is a mistake on cells...all the other maps is too difficult to be understood,and an other reason I didn’t work with them any more is that the current ones I prefer more...I have done some changes with mid scale naps without any advantage....there is also this one,found it on gixxer.com it might help you...


Traction Control Map – 01
From testing this appears to be a sensitivity adjustment. Adjusting this resulted in a noticeable change to overall TC settings.
The other Traction Control map I assume would be for throttle sensitivity, slide and Lift Control. I ran out of time to test each individual TC Map.
However the rider tested various TC Levels and I noted what corner he liked certain TC modes than others. Then using the copy and paste feature from Traction Maps 1-6 I then built up and further adjusted the TC maps to suit the rider to give optimum drive on selected corners.
Turning off TC maps from 80% TPS onwards resulted in a constant 5 kmh increase at the speed trap by the end of the straight indicating that wheelie / traction control has effect on acceleration.
To set up TC for the rider and track I suggest the rider to use TC 1-5 to gauge the feel of TC for a dry track. Note advantages and disadvantages of each mode.



Hello, thank you very much. it is helpful indeed. What mistake are you talking about for antiwheelie?
Then, how do you deal with TC and different tyres size like from 190/55 to 200/60? did you take any action?? thanks



The mistake Anti Whellie is now

0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10
0.0 491.5 737.3 1,228.8 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,228.8

Τhe right is so

1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10 0.0
0.0 491.5 737.3 1,228.8 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,228.8

Νo problem the TC with different tyres size like from 190/55 to 200/60

Αgain for the gixxer.com

Τhe bike has enough of a window to accept any tire that i have used up to a 200/60 q4 and have run the 200/60 dunlop slick
it isnt like a ducati that you have to use the same tire it came with or all sorts of codes and the T/C wont work.

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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby Ubba » Thu Oct 04, 2018 8:43 pm

hello, thanks again.

Would you be so kind to explain a little better what why the WC "map"

0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10
0.0 491.5 737.3 1,228.8 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,228.8

is wrong and this is correct?

1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10 0.0
0.0 491.5 737.3 1,228.8 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,617.9 1,228.8

thanks

ps. in the meantime i have registered in Gixxer.com :mrgreen:

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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby Ubba » Fri Oct 12, 2018 12:49 pm

no comments? :D

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Re: v5.1.8 of Woolich Racing Tuned (WRT) has been released

Postby Ubba » Tue Nov 27, 2018 12:30 pm

hello,
anybody have new about this topic??

WOOLICH???