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Thread: Will the autocal work on the C7 with the E92

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Abbott View Post
    We have distance traveled so I can see now where the car is shifting in the 1/4. Now if I can use the time stamp in the recorded data I can easily identify runs. Because we start scanning early before the run the time is screwed up, so if we log time from a pid like a brake pedal going inactive until it is active again then we can know how fast the car ran the 1/4.
    The best way to measure elapsed time between two points on the chart is to click and drag from the first point to the second point. The elapsed time is shown in between the two points and in the lower right corner of the chart display.

    As for recording when the brake pedal is released, you'd need to log BRKR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacky View Post
    The best way to measure elapsed time between two points on the chart is to click and drag from the first point to the second point. The elapsed time is shown in between the two points and in the lower right corner of the chart display.

    As for recording when the brake pedal is released, you'd need to log BRKR

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    Paul
    Paul,
    Thanks it gets it close enough. I am already logging BRKR was just looking to put a time stamp on it. It is close enough though thank you

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