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post #1 of 6 Old 07-03-2017, 04:30 AM Thread Starter
 
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Have anyone used this software to read the clutch wear?


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Thanks Dave for the info, but that not exactly I'm looking for. I'm trying to use the software to read how much clutch I have left, since new clutch replaced 3 years ago and last year the previous owner had it read at Ferrari service as 13.26% wear.

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Thanks Dave for the info, but that not exactly I'm looking for. I'm trying to use the software to read how much clutch I have left, since new clutch replaced 3 years ago and last year the previous owner had it read at Ferrari service as 13.26% wear.

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Not much is really known about this software at this time. From what I've been told, you need Easy Diag 2, like $44 via Amazon (I bought it). It uses Launch. Then, another guy is providing this software for stupid cheap - like $30.00. But you need an Android device to run it.

So, it might be worth it for less than $200.00 to play around and see what it can do.

Regarding the % - I'm told that can be reset at anytime meaning you could set a clutch with 50% to look new (if you have a proper diagnostic tool). Some pro techs I know look at other parameters as they tell me that gives them a better picture of the true life.
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If two known values, Clutch Position Closed from new and the Current Clutch Position Closed, can we determine the Clutch Wear Percentage? CPCN=16.26mm and CCPC=17.03mm. So the different is 0.77mm.


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If two known values, Clutch Position Closed from new and the Current Clutch Position Closed, can we determine the Clutch Wear Percentage? CPCN=16.26mm and CCPC=17.03mm. So the different is 0.77mm.


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Well, that would seem intuitive but frankly, I have no experience in this area so I'm not in a position to answer.
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