Gold Level User Profiles/Workspaces for users of AIM, MoTeC (With I2Pro Only), WinTax, and PI/Cosworth data systems.
If you want to go to the next level with your data system and see more than you thought was possible, this service is for you! PDA will provide you with the pages shown in the Bronze and Silver Level services (please review the descriptions for those services) as well as the five pages shown (Wheel Slip, Braking Analysis, Fuel Consumption, Grip Analysis, Corner Radius Analysis) along with the applicable math channels. This service will get you analyzing things that you hadn’t thought of before! With the Wheel Slip page, you will be able to see if a wheel is locking or spinning and determine if this is causing an issue. See how well you are trail braking as well as other braking related activity in the Braking Analysis page. If you need to keep a close eye on your fuel burn, then the Fuel Consumption page is there for you. One of the most powerful pages is the Grip Analysis page. You will be able to see a report showing the maximum and average combined G’s in each phase of the friction circle — braking, trail braking, cornering, corner exit, and aero (for high-speed corners). With the Corner Radius Analysis page you will be able to see if you are early or late apexing and whether or not you need to apex later. It will also make it easier for you to measure the distance between turn-in points or apex points between two or more laps.
All you need to do is download your data and open it in the software! No more fumbling through the software! PDA is now providing these for RS3 Analysis!
As part of this service, you will be asked to join a Zoom meeting with one of our professional data engineers/driver coaches where the charts provided will be explained in detail. A recording of the meeting will be provided as well. After receiving your order, a Dropbox link will be emailed to you, and this can be used to transmit the data and video to PDA. Please only send one session.
Note: the channels available in your data session will determine if all items shown will be able to be provided. It is highly recommended that you at least have steering, throttle, and brake data.