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brake pressure using controller ?

Post  Si_ on Sat May 05 2012, 16:09


after having a spare hour or two last night and settling down to putting in a good marker time for infineon i noticed that once my tune was about right no matter how i changed the front springs/shocker set up i couldn`t help locking up under braking. scratch
i played around with the pressure slider and finally came to the conclusion that 90 or a click either way was about best for me (non abs). if you use a controller what general ball park figure do you settle on?




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Re: brake pressure using controller ?

Post  LucyLou217 on Sat May 05 2012, 17:22

I have mine at 80-85% to try and reduce locking. I got a new controller a few months back and its awfully sensitive, the slightest touch of the button and i lock up. That's with ABS off also. I tried turning it back on but have spent so long without, it feels weird and i prefer the locking issue over the weird ABS feel now Shocked
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Post  Wicked Singe on Sat May 05 2012, 17:53

I personally think brake pressure is a whatever suits you best mine is normally around 95-98 but I know that some people have got it well over 110. find the pressure that suits your driving and stick with it.
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Re: brake pressure using controller ?

Post  Guest on Sat May 05 2012, 22:11

I use 128% on my DTM, feel it gives me a better range from light to full lock

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Post  Guest on Sat May 05 2012, 22:13

I like to tap the brakes as i have a pretty sturdy hand, so 129/130 is my base setup on brakes

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Post  Guest on Sun May 06 2012, 08:44

Mine is generally somewhere between 100 to 120 as I don't really like having to pull the button along way down to get full braking performance

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Re: brake pressure using controller ?

Post  ochilbaz on Sun May 06 2012, 13:22

What's brake pressure?

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Re: brake pressure using controller ?

Post  Guest on Sun May 06 2012, 13:29

Brake pressure means how far you pull down the trigger before they start to work, depending on personal preference, you want it high enough so the brakes act, but not too far so they lock (ABS Off), generally its all on preference and how far people like to pull their trigger/pedal to brake on corners.

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Post  Guest on Tue May 08 2012, 08:42

I have mine set between 130 and 165 depending on the car. No ABS of course.

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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 14 2012, 11:36

Because I stamp on my breaks I'm testing pressures between 95-70 and with me depends on track , FW drive , RW drive or 4 wheel drive!

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