Gathering and analyzing data is the most important step in educating yourself on how to tune your car to quicker and more consistent elapsed times, and while learning how to use a tool to collect data can be a daunting task, the reward is worth it in the end. Cameron Ferre from Racepak shares how to change graph colors and add data streams to show up each time you download a run using the Quick-Graph feature with a Racepak data logger.
The Quick Graph function is how data is introduced for a user to analyze in the Racepak display after a run is downloaded. From the factory, the Quick Graph is calibrated to show driveshaft and engine rpm from the factory, since those are the two most common data points users want to view. The Quick Graph function is extremely robust and can allow the user to bring in all the data possible for review if they have sensors collecting it.
For the Quick Graph to function as intended, the user defines the sets of data they want to look at and they then can select the color the graph will display in. All of these can be added and modified within the main screen of the Racepak display. In this video from Racepak, Ferre gives a quick tutorial on how a user is able to add different data channels, change the color of the graphs, create separate custom Quick Graphs, and how to overlay the Quick Graphs over different runs.
You can learn more about how a Racepak data logging system can help your tuning at the track by visiting their website right here.