MadRhino wrote:Most of us would like a more progressive curve, funny that you are looking for the opposite.
Hugues wrote:the initial part of mine is very smooth and comfortable, not twitchy at all...
fechter wrote:If your throttle is the kind with two separate magnets, you might be able to glue a small piece of magnet near the end of the high side magnet to reduce the angle of twist. Even a piece of steel might do it.
Tench wrote:You could fit a CA and tell it to consider 2.5v full throttle, it will then proportionally split the the movement between closed and 2.5v equally to give a progresive action.
Hugues wrote:Thanks for the inputs guys, appreciated.fechter wrote:If your throttle is the kind with two separate magnets, you might be able to glue a small piece of magnet near the end of the high side magnet to reduce the angle of twist. Even a piece of steel might do it.
I was just thinking about that actually. Just to be sure I understand how these 2 magnets work:
- at zero throttle one magnet is touching the hall sensor
- then it starts to move away
- at 50% throttle both magnets are at equal distance of the hall sensor
- then at 100% the second magnet comes in contact with the hall sensor
So if I manage to insert a new magnet between the hall and the second magnet , then I guess the flat part of my curve will be reduced, right ?
Better than a microprocessor and a million lines of code.
MadRhino wrote:That was a very good call Fechter
Do you think that we can use the same effect to do the opposite ?
I mean, changing the lower magnet field to make the throttle signal curve more progressive.
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