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Default Logging? How to.. - 10-24-2019, 04:38 PM

I have the Jb4 installed with B/T and all seems well. I now want to do some logging to see what Im getting.

How do I do it? I understand that i use the logging button but when? I keep reading something about 3rd gear? How long to run it?

What is the exact process?

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You can either manually log or let the app handle it for you automatically.

Manual Logging:
Hit the 'Start Logging' button before you start your pull.

Do a pull in a slightly longer gear (1st and 2nd are usually too short to give much valuable info so I always use 3rd).

Hit 'Stop Logging'.


Automatic Logging:
In the settings tab find the 'App Settings' section then 'Logging Settings'.

Set your WOT Autolog Timeout to something other than zero. Since I use 3 seconds, this means that once my pedal goes BELOW my threshold value (mentioned below) it will wait up to 3 seconds for the pedal to go back above that threshold, otherwise it will end the log.

Set your WOT Autolog Threshold. Since I use 90%, this means that once my pedal goes above 90%, a log will start.

Once you set those 2 parameters, the logging will be handled for you.


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Default 12-02-2019, 10:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Dmac @ BMS/DMD
You can either manually log or let the app handle it for you automatically.

Manual Logging:
Hit the 'Start Logging' button before you start your pull.

Do a pull in a slightly longer gear (1st and 2nd are usually too short to give much valuable info so I always use 3rd).

Hit 'Stop Logging'.


Automatic Logging:
In the settings tab find the 'App Settings' section then 'Logging Settings'.

Set your WOT Autolog Timeout to something other than zero. Since I use 3 seconds, this means that once my pedal goes BELOW my threshold value (mentioned below) it will wait up to 3 seconds for the pedal to go back above that threshold, otherwise it will end the log.

Set your WOT Autolog Threshold. Since I use 90%, this means that once my pedal goes above 90%, a log will start.

Once you set those 2 parameters, the logging will be handled for you.
Wow totally forgot about this thread.

After some more reading and trial and error I got it down. Many logs recorded and I have been tweaking some Maps. Just about ready to post them for someone to look at.

Thanks for the reply.
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