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 Re: Launch control
Ok so the nice Woolich guys in the UK sent me this today 8-) 8-) 1) Launch Delay is the time that the clutch must be continuously held in while in first gear and below 10kmh. This then puts the bike into "Launch Mode" 2) Launch RPM - The RPM is held at this RPM until the clutch is released. 3) Hold Time - this is just a small calibration to match the clutch bite point to the clutch switch switching point (Usually this is OK as set by Woolich to be honest) 4) Ramp Time is the minimum time the bike will take to accelerate from the launch RPM to max RPM. Obviously it could take longer if the engine / set up is not capable of achieving it. 5) Max Ramp RPM is the Maximum RPM the reached while in the controlled ramp. 6) Ramp Start Speed is the speed at which the engine will begin the acceleration ramp. Until this speed is reached the Launch RPM will not be exceeded So the trigger point is at the end of the hold time and the speed is the only ramp trigger. Not so good for wheel spin although I guess the bike has TC unless its off. I may try the hold time see how long I can make it. :D
 Launch control
Can someone clarify the function of the launch control programs for the zzr1400 please? The options are: 1. Launch delay (another thread indicates that this maybe the delay from the clutch switch going from in to out prior to the actual launch phase starting?) 2. Launch Hold time (time that the rpm is held prior to ramp starting?) 3. Ramp Start vehicle speed (vehicle speed trigger for ramp? if yes what happens when the hold time comes off?) 4. Ramp time (I'm guessing the time it takes to go from launch rpm to max) Main question is when's the first trigger point and what triggers the ramp start?
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