Originally Posted by Guran
Excellent work Caduceus. Are you able to output the Dynolicious data, rather than just a graph? Might be worth putting your car on a weighbridge to get an accurate idea of RWkW. A visit to a local scrap dealer should do the trick.
Unfortunatley I don't believe you can export the data other than as a JPG image of the graph. It does however give you quite a few additional readings which I didn't discuss above:
0-10 kph, 0-20 kph etc in 10 kph intervals up to 0-160 kph. My best 0-100 was 5.06 and best 0-160 (close enough to the old ton) was 10.00 flat.
It also gives 60', 330', 1/8 mile, 1000' and 1/4 mile times and speeds.
It records maximum speed, maximum acceleration (in G) and peak horsepower.
And finally, there's a skidpan application which gives lateral cornering forces and a full 360 deg G force plot but I've not played with that at all.
Sorry, I'm starting to sound like an infomercial.........