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    Quote Originally Posted by Micha. View Post
    We all have do to a measuring test drive in the 3rd gear. Start at 37 mph with flying start and measuring times from 50 to 75 mph. Compare the Times.

    My times with MaptunerX on my F3 2017 third gear from 60 to 140 km / h (37 - 87 mph). Stock Retracted stage 1. Stage 2 (K & N, Straight Shot ESD) not yet retracted.

    First measurement
    Default: 7:01 seconds
    Stage 1: 6:22 seconds
    Stage 2: 6:13 seconds

    Second measurement (slightly uphill)
    Default: 7:07 seconds
    Stage 1: 7:04 seconds
    Stage 2: 6:20 seconds

    80 - 120 km / h (50 to 75 mph) in seconds with a flying start

    Default: 03:25
    Stage 2: 02:29
    What method of clocking are you using? This would be pretty hard to be accurate without an accelerator of some kind to do the measurements.

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    Just using my ActionCam and the Timecode of PowerDirector 16.


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    Thanks for posting, but I really don't think that's going to be very accurate.... especially when you're talking less than 1 second difference between your runs.
    Really would need to go to a track or use an accelerometer. There's some apps out now but I'm not sure how accurate they are.
    What model Spyder is this?

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    I have a F3-S 2017. I have no other way to "measure". The apps that are there are also not very accurate. Under optimal GPS conditions - GPS measurement at least 100 times in the second - this would be a bit more accurate. My smartphone can not do that.

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    Can you read and clear fault spyder fault codes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderds View Post
    Can you read and clear fault spyder fault codes?
    According to this, you can.

    http://www.powercommander.com/downlo...8200119.01.pdf

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    Yes you can

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