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Old 05-24-2009, 11:27 PM   #1
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MSR-H with new data acquisition

Here's a bit of video with the new data acquisition from MSR-H on Saturday. I added a throttle position sensor (0 to 100 percent) and a brake sensor (on / off).

A couple of reasonable laps at the end (1:47 & :46). Watch it in HQ after the processing is complete.

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Old 05-24-2009, 11:40 PM   #3
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The gauge on the left shows lateral (left/right) and longitudinal g's (accel/brake) as a vector. It's useful for seeing the total g's on the bike at any given point on the track. Local racers can produce 1.7 or more total g's trailing braking into turns or accelerating out. I can only imagine what the WSBK or MotoGP guys can do.
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:42 PM   #4
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love the new additions, gives u a better idea of how much throttle and brake your using and where..
The braking instrumentation does not give brake pressure, only brake on or brake off. When it's flashing, I'm likely lightly on the brakes trail braking into a turn.
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SWEET, Max. I saw a blurry object on the left through the carousel that resembled a person, maybe with a camera?? LOL, I hope to see my vid soon!
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Here's a bit of video with the new data acquisition from MSR-H on Saturday. I added a throttle position sensor (0 to 100 percent) and a brake sensor (on / off).

A couple of reasonable laps at the end (1:47 & :46). Watch it in HQ after the processing is complete.

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Looking Good Curt...

I'll be getting the G2x kit soon for my R6 .

Then your going to be my tech guy !
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Looking Good Curt...

I'll be getting the G2x kit soon for my R6 .

Then your going to be my tech guy !
Blackwidow, the data shows some pretty embarrassing stuff. Like the amount of time I spend on the bike engine braking; the number of times I open the throttle and then have to get back out of it; and the areas of the track in which I'm not even close to the bikes potential.

The more data I'm able to see, the more in awe I am of racers.

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Awesome video! I really appreciate it when you post these videos and all of the work you go through putting them together.

I would really like to shorten the delay from off the gas to on the brakes, too. Is there a gear position indicator?
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Blackwidow, the data shows some pretty embarrassing stuff. Like the amount of time I spend on the bike engine braking; the number of times I open the throttle and then have to get back out of it; and the areas of the track in which I'm not even close to the bikes potential.

The more data I'm able to see, the more in awe I am of racers.

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Well Data is what it is.

I like getting feedback with some weight - and not some rider/instructor telling me, oh you were looking good there but over there do that...

Anyways - my order should be placing sometime in June (paycheck).

I'll get with you on the setup/accessories when the time comes.

Thanks for entertaining us with the data once again!
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Well Data is what it is.

I like getting feedback with some weight - and not some rider/instructor telling me, oh you were looking good there but over there do that...

Anyways - my order should be placing sometime in June (paycheck).

I'll get with you on the setup/accessories when the time comes.

Thanks for entertaining us with the data once again!
That is why I am thinking about picking one up. I want to be able to look at exactly what I am doing on the track and when, and see where I can improve. I will probably be picking one up sometime this week or next week.


Nice video as always man....Very cool stuff
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Sickness Curt. Is there a lean angle sensor option? I want to go to there.......
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Sickness Curt. Is there a lean angle sensor option? I want to go to there.......
Buck, I found a lean angle sensor. 5 volts. Package is 2"x1"x0.5". The damned thing costs almost $600.00. If you want to buy one, I'd be happy to get the rest of the parts so i can test it on my bike. Woo hoo!
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Awesome video! I really appreciate it when you post these videos and all of the work you go through putting them together.

I would really like to shorten the delay from off the gas to on the brakes, too. Is there a gear position indicator?
You know what, it appears there IS a gear position sensor but I've not figured out how to extract it. I'll call those guys tomorrow to figure it out.

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