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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #649 on: 08:10 - 24 June, 2019 »
potentially but to be honest probably no more than slipping the clutch manually. you still get the engine braking, it just blurs the biting point and stops the snatchy take up of drive
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #648 on: 17:43 - 21 June, 2019 »
If that's the case doesn't it accelerate clutch wear if it's in a state of slip every time you change down.
I've seen dsg's  after former slush drive owners have not understood how they work.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #647 on: 09:51 - 21 June, 2019 »
Yes you get engine braking, but its very consistent right to the point where there is no engine braking left.
What it does is slips the clutch when you get a spike in the engine braking, ie that point when you bang it down teh box and dump the clutch.
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #646 on: 00:58 - 21 June, 2019 »
I've just got off the phone to parcelforce, the parts to convert my clutch into the new slipper type have arrived from the US of A, cleared customs and are out for delivery tomorrow.  I should have that fitted over the weekend ready for croft on Thursday.

Going to be pretty difficult for me to test this before the track day so my spannering skills better be on point!

Wheel hop on the downshift has been a bit of a problem on this bike, the Yamaha slip and assist clutch should eliminate the harsh rear wheel chatter altogether shifting down under heavy braking with high revs, enabling even more daring overtakes and shananigans

Do you still get engine braking or does it effectively freewheel?

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #645 on: 17:10 - 20 June, 2019 »
https://www.mouser.co.uk/Passive-Components/Potentiometers-Trimmers-Rheostats/Slide-Potentiometers/_/N-9q0yl?P=1yzoglxZ1yzvm30

I'm thinking about strain gauges as well... But more difficult that one.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #644 on: 14:47 - 20 June, 2019 »
I've just got off the phone to parcelforce, the parts to convert my clutch into the new slipper type have arrived from the US of A, cleared customs and are out for delivery tomorrow.  I should have that fitted over the weekend ready for croft on Thursday.

Going to be pretty difficult for me to test this before the track day so my spannering skills better be on point!

Wheel hop on the downshift has been a bit of a problem on this bike, the Yamaha slip and assist clutch should eliminate the harsh rear wheel chatter altogether shifting down under heavy braking with high revs, enabling even more daring overtakes and shananigans


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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #643 on: 14:56 - 19 June, 2019 »
https://www.mouser.co.uk/Passive-Components/Potentiometers-Trimmers-Rheostats/Slide-Potentiometers/_/N-9q0yl?P=1yzoglxZ1yzvm30

I'm thinking about strain gauges as well... But more difficult that one.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #642 on: 14:52 - 19 June, 2019 »
i was sure but now since you have questioned me, not so much!

send me some links Gazza!
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #641 on: 14:00 - 19 June, 2019 »
i was sure but now since you have questioned me, not so much!

send me some links Gazza!
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #640 on: 13:39 - 19 June, 2019 »
You sure? They aren't too bad but depends on travel... Look at industrial ones rather than sminky specialist ones.
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #639 on: 09:53 - 19 June, 2019 »
suspension travel was something I wanted to log, however those measurement sensors are not cheap.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #638 on: 23:49 - 18 June, 2019 »
I’d add front and rear suspension movement to help someone gauge tyre rotation against its compression or extension relative to GPS location, lean and Gforce
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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #637 on: 11:29 - 14 June, 2019 »
Would think it would be an absolute boon to stay away from any can bus or direct physical connection to the ECU or control system, safety first, DIY second and all that.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #636 on: 09:06 - 14 June, 2019 »
modern bikes run a CAN BUS system which is a twisted pair of cables, which more of a computer network where every sensor and actuator sits on it and broadcasts its information in packets. The ECU sits on it and listens to these packets, and send information in other packets to actuate the actuators (fly by wire throttle etc)

Yamaha don't use this method as of yet. The new R1 might as its running the Bosch traction control, however  The MT09 certainly doesn't use it.

Primarily what I am building is for me, so its not doing any interface with can bus, that said you can get can bus interfaces for the arduino so its possible. My setup would be aimed squarely at bikes that have no can bus systems, or older machines, of which there are many circulating round tracks.

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Re: Coxylaads MT-RX
« Reply #635 on: 21:03 - 13 June, 2019 »
Can't you read a lot of that straight off the ecu?
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