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Unread 06-20-2010, 10:28 AM   #11
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What are the options on Speed Cal, I guess it would be nice to know what it is also, before I make a choice on it.
Thanks again guys
Speed Cal SUCKS.... Leave it on 0. It ranges from 0-10..... The higher the speed cal, at wide open throttle, the more determined the car is to run EXACTLY what the top speed is, determined by the speed code. On 10, There's no slack in the speed what so ever. For example if you're on Speed setting 3 (16MPH) and you're running wide open.... The regen braking will NEVER let the car even think about reaching 16.1MPH, or even 15.9MPH for that matter.... It is extremely Jerky. On setting 0, the speed range increases. Top speed stays the same, but it'll give you a little room to breathe. On downhill slopes, the regen will turn on smoother, and it won't jerk you to death.
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Unread 06-21-2010, 02:11 PM   #12
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Thanks for all the help. I will tell dealer what we have decided
I'm sure I will have other questions before long. The purple mtr. sounds intresting. The reson I went with the code change first, was it was included in the deal, no doubt I paid for it in there somewhere. He started out @$75 and we settled on $25. So who knows who got the best of the deal, we both think we are happy.
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Unread 07-06-2010, 03:01 PM   #13
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Had a slight delay in picking up car,hospital stay, drove it Monday.
Thanks for all the setup info. It drove and preformed as I had hoped for. Without your help don't know if I woulfd have got it right 1st time out.
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Had a slight delay in picking up car,hospital stay, drove it Monday.
Thanks for all the setup info. It drove and preformed as I had hoped for. Without your help don't know if I woulfd have got it right 1st time out.
It's no problem at all.. Glad I could help.
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