Lowering the frequency on any of the parameters that allow you to do so will make the car more responsive. So for instance, if you are competing on a track that has high bite, then you may want to lower the drive frequency which will give you a bit more bottom end. This is especially useful for Touring Cars, as they are so much heavier, you want the car to snap of the line and not lag. It is the same case with the brake frequency, if you want your brakes to be more responsive, lower the frequency. Increasing the minimun drive enables you speedo to start at a greater percentage of your full throttle. So for example, by increasing you minimun drive from 0 to 25% means that when you apply the throttle the first pulse(s) will generate around 25% of your total throttle. So it's like going from 0 to 60 in 1 second instead of 0 to 60 in 5 seconds. Just remember, lowering the frequency on any parameter increases its response, and increasing the percentage on any parameter increases its response. I find it more beneficial to turn the toggle option to the on position in the speedo, to me there are more tuning options than using the brake pot on the speedo. I have tried it both ways and I prefer the toggle option. I hope this helps...
Last edited by Fred Hubbard; 06-12-2002 at 07:41 AM.