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Old 07-11-2012, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by willyt View Post
correct me if i'm wrong...
KDW is your throttle pull rate, how much gas PP will respond with to changes in speed
NN is your sampling filter rate
CS is your "YEAH!" setting, how aggressively PP will engage

I in my experience, if you run lots of ballast, it helps to increase the CS and KDW settings, and decrease the NN setting.

In my 07 star I’m running something like KDW-180/NN-30/CS-930. Holds speed within .2 mph. at the end of the rope I can’t feel any variation in speed whatsoever
I thought the NN was the paddel wheel filter setting for if your on a river or something

I think of CS as how close to the set speed the cruise will back off accellerating. With a lower CS, I find the accelleration to reduce sooner than with a higher CS setting. If I crack up the CS, the boat will surge way higher than set speed. (without any ballast)

I wish these parameters can be set for each rider profile. Otherwise we have to find a setting that works with and without ballst.

Here are my settings for my 2012 X25;

KDW =230
NN=70
CS=650
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Last edited by bjames; 07-11-2012 at 12:33 PM.
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