Same boat as me, my BRZ is a 17 plate with approx 30k on the clock and in 5th/6th I do get slip at motorway speedsIs yours mapped aggressively and has a free flow exhaust etc? How much power does it make on the dyno? 260 with stock exhaust stock pulley , 280 with stock pulley catback is how its rated. 300 with smaller pulley + catback . Fensport seem to advise a clutch for cosworth irrespective of configuration.
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From the cossie install manual, there is no recommendation of a clutch upgrade but tyre upgrade. So my gut feel says its tyre slip not clutch. So presumably you still have OE Michelin Primacy which might be the culpritSame boat as me, my BRZ is a 17 plate with approx 30k on the clock and in 5th/6th I do get slip at motorway speeds
Stock everything aside from the charger.
I've been stuck abroad for the last 3 months... However, retail therapy has lead to a pile of parts being sat at home awaiting fitment...
If your getting slip at 70 in 5th or 6th that cannot be the tyres!
I'm in the process of trying to develop something like this but it's still in the early stages. There isn't any demo footage kicking around is there?Yeah it never really materialised as a product
we just had the prototype on the dev car and it worked just fine
as it logged all the OBD data and paired with video footage so it was a good track tool
not really but I might be able to dig out the actual footage that the system tookI'm in the process of trying to develop something like this but it's still in the early stages. There isn't any demo footage kicking around is there?
Thank you I'll set this downloading at check it out after workOk here's a download link as the file is bit big ( 575mb)
but its footage from my test drive around Ascari race resort in Spain
so you can see that I'm hardly a major talent but was enjoying myself all the same
In low gears it is really easy for the engine to spin the wheels. The gearbox is doing all of the work in reducing the load.
I am running 225/40/18s. It does not misbehave when I floor it in third at the moment, so I will be on the lookout for something similar if I fit the smaller pulley in due course. The pulley change must be offering a noticeable performance difference then. :smile:In low gears it is really easy for the engine to spin the wheels. The gearbox is doing all of the work in reducing the load.
As for tire slip. I am running 235/45/18s now and with the small pulley I find it wants to break loose when you floor it in third. Drop to second coming out of a 30 and you will find the back of the car wants to overtake you 😛
I think the brake position input was generated from the G sensor as there's no brake pressure sensor or pedal position sensorDidn't think brake position was possible? or is it just not available from the obd port?