Hello everybody. Today I have been testing the software a bit and it looks very good, I have a lot to test, but it seems to have a good future.
Is not safe. It was a loss of connection between the track and the car, as SCP3 marked it with a low line on the display. I think that connection loss was due to updates to the chips or controls. I want to point out that it only happened to the pilots who carried SCP3, one of m version 3.15 and another in version 3.12. We carry the C1 chips in version 3.10Hi Fer,
Do you know why these cars has no brake?
I've recently installed several C1 chips, one of them had no brake. I used an SCP-3 for the test. I'm going to test it with an SCP-2 before send it back the chip to Slot.it.
Thank you very much for the good comment on the track of our club, you are invited 😃. In your comments on RCSO2 I totally agree.WOW, how big is your club track Fer?
We use RCSO2 every week now and it very solid. We run 14 min endurance race and with the current settings we need to change tyres twice. The brake force will drop down pretty quickly once you are around 50% of the tyre wear...it is a pity that we cannot fine tune this value further. Hopefully it will be something possible in the next iteration of RCSO2. However, I have to say that I would change it slightly from the current settings just to give a but more gradual degradation. Maybe for a large club track with long straights this will need more fine tuning.
Anyway, we love RCSO2 and it has taken O2 racing to another level for us.