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Unread 11-12-2010, 10:14 PM   #31
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Oh and Phil... the reason it has more "Seat of the Pants" feel to it now is because your "FAST ACCEL" mode is now turned ON. We always turn that on when we install the Private Speed Code.
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Unread 11-12-2010, 10:25 PM   #32
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Ah... got it. So the default safe mode is intentionally "sluggish" by design then. Got it. It is an amazing difference in "bottom end" feel.

As to the unusual nature of this one... there was always something buggered wrong with it in the brake system as we saw. Something had been broken there for some time leading to some wear linkage wear going on I suspect.
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Ah... got it. So the default safe mode is intentionally "sluggish" by design then. Got it. It is an amazing difference in "bottom end" feel.

As to the unusual nature of this one... there was always something buggered wrong with it in the brake system as we saw. Something had been broken there for some time leading to some wear linkage wear going on I suspect.
Yep. That should all be behind you now. Hopefully the next thing you'll need is batteries and hopefully that'll be a couple years away atleast.
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I know that has to be you in the middle but explain the other two...
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