Traction control PID

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rpt109
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Traction control PID

Postby rpt109 » Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:59 am

I'm curious as to what people are seeing with the PID values for traction control. I've built a target slip vs ground speed table. I've got my front and rear speed sensors calibrated, I'm seeing a slip percentage, and I've started increasing proportional gain like I normally would with any other PID hoping to see some change...but nothing is happening. I started at 1, 2, then 5, then 10..nothing. How much proportional is a ball park starting value for the Haltech? On Hondata, going from 0 to 1 was a big change, and on AEM all I have experience with is the rpm rise rate/3 step limiter. Any help is appreciated. I fully understand not all systems will have the same values, but I'm just wondering if the values are 50 or 100 or higher before people are seeing any change with the elite.

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Re: Traction control PID

Postby BeneGizer » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:35 pm

Did you figure out some more?
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