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Ste_ac
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Post 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 22, 2020 (GMT)

I purchased Torque Pro a while ago but only recently had more time to have a play and set it up properly. Working quite well apart from all the gauges relating to accelerations amd decelerations. I.e. The 0-60mph, 1/4 mile, 60-0mph, etc. They all remain at zero as if no data has reached them.
I have tried in both of my cars with the same OBDII adaptor. I am assuming these gauges require speed from OBD. If so, the speed OBD gauge works fine. Is a certain data transfer, refresh rate needed before they will work, or is it some other problem? Thanks in advance for any hints.

moreause
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Posts: 538
Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 23, 2020 (GMT)

last time i check you had to start from a stand still and you have to start the fonction

other wise it’s not working

but its been years since i tried it

Ste_ac
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Posts: 6
Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 23, 2020 (GMT)

Quote from moreause on April 23, 2020
last time i check you had to start from a stand still and you have to start the fonction

other wise it’s not working

but its been years since i tried it

Thanks, Moreause. Can you recall how they are started? I can’t see anything obvious. Is it to do with logging?

Ste_ac
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Posts: 6
Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 24, 2020 (GMT)

I did another search through the forum and I think I know what the problem is – a very slow OBDII reader and not accelerating to at least 15 mph above the speed I am trying to measure.

moreause
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Posts: 538
Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 24, 2020 (GMT)

i went for i ride just to confirm

you need the gage to be on the active screen

if you are moving they will display X

when you stop they will show ready

when you start they change to ….

and finaly a value appear when the value is reach

ready come back when you stop again

Capp777
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Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 24, 2020 (GMT)

These special displays also include a
history option when it’s long pressed.

Ste_ac
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Posts: 6
Post Re: 0-60mph, 1/4 mile and other accelerations
on: April 28, 2020 (GMT)

Thanks for the answers. It worked. I tried it today with just one gauge for 0-60mph. My reader is extremely slow I think.

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