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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfelstead View Post
    Do you mean in general or using streamed datalogging?
    Quote Originally Posted by stevieturbo View Post
    Connect ecu as normal, ensure parameters are set for logging to be "ACTIVE", then use SData and Device/Read Streamed Data.

    For as long as the laptop is connected and logging is "ACTIVE", then it will continually log the data directly to the laptop.
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    You can increase the logging rate and number of parameters significantly using streamed logging, you need to create a new config file to do this.
    You can also benefit from changing the datalog start/stop parameters in the Calibration file to suit streaming better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfelstead View Post
    You can increase the logging rate and number of parameters significantly using streamed logging, you need to create a new config file to do this.
    You can also benefit from changing the datalog start/stop parameters in the Calibration file to suit streaming better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfelstead View Post
    As the new Yaris GR is getting a lot of good press i thought it would be fun to compare the road test figures to my car, just to put into perspective just how bloody quick and flexible a genuinely daily driven road car my STi is.

    This is with my car running on Shell SUL, which is down a fair bit of torque compared to when it runs 20% meth. Fuel tank is 3/4 full.

    Yaris was listed as tested weight 1280Kg, mine is going to be about 1470Kg i would think. (driver weight not included)

    Acceleration in gear, Yaris numbers first, STi second

    Speed------2nd----------3rd----------4th----------5th---------6th

    20-40------2.0/1.7------3.4/2.7
    30-50------1.9/1.2------2.6/1.9------4.1/3.3
    40-60------2.1/1.4------2.4/1.6------3.4/2.5
    50-70--------------------2.5/1.7------3.1/2.1
    60-80--------------------3.0/1.8------3.2/1.9------4.4/3.5
    70-90----------------------------------3.6/2.2------4.4/3.3-----5.7/4.2
    80-100---------------------------------4.1/2.6
    90-110---------------------------------5.1/3.1

    20-60 2nd gear 4.1/3.1
    20-80 3rd gear 8.8/6.1
    30-110 4th gear 15.9/10.7
    What power is your car on just normal fuel John ??

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    circa 450BHP and 470lbft, has about 520lbft with 20% Meth

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    my audi is 410 bhp 395 torqe so both may leave me easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Bell View Post
    my audi is 410 bhp 395 torqe so both may leave me easy.
    And weighs about 2 tonne?

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    Yep, Thats why I said BOTH may leave me easy. 2215kg, Just a slow suv.

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    That's a house.

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