REPOST Enforcement Mod
No. That's what I posted about before. The original values are 5.3% different than the 8% you measured.Now that we know the original values were 1868mm and 1967mm, does my new set of tires at 1880mm and 2032 keep the same percentage/delta?
The rear value will affect the speed that is calculated and displayed. The front and rear values together can affect how the traction control intervenes. Only the rear affects the speed and will only be accurate when upright. The curved tire profile has a lower circumference on the sidewalls so leaned over, the speed will slow down. The margin of error will change as the tires wear down or you change to a different tire. The settings you're changing only apply to that specific tire.And to clarify what you stated above, you are suggesting to only lower the rear wheel mm value, not the front, in order to dial-in/correct the speedometer to GPS discrepancy?
So if I lowered my front and rear values together (keeping same percwntage/delta), the speedometer margin of error technically will never change because I am still keeping the percentage/delta between front and rear tires regardless how much I lower or raise the mm values. Is that correct?
No, that has nothing to do with the QS. That's to enrichen the full slightly while the throttle is open to compensate for the added incoming air.Lastly, the bike hesitates between shifts not due to the foot shifter, but most likely based on the Quickshifter ms values. Do you suspect "Disable Acceleration Fuel Compensation" has something to do with that? Right now, it is 'checked' in Race Tools (meaning it is disabled).