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    Dark Silver 2009 Cayman S track car w/SuperCup livery (#861)
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    2009 Cayman S race car built by the team at Speedsport Tuning
    Graphics by Dan Porter at Magnagrafik

    2012 Ford F250 diesel crew cab/long bed (Black)
    2010 HaulMark 24' enclosed trailer (White)
    Gone but never forgotten:
    * 1995 993 ex-club racer (Black)
    * 1987 928S4 never tracked (Silver)
    * 1984 911 coupe track car (India Red)
    * 1986 911 cabriolet which started it all (Guards Red)


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  • Join Date: 10-07-2005


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  1. RickBetterley
    04-26-2014 02:52 PM
    Thank you, Matt - your current method is what I have been doing.
    I might try the threshold method, which I have seen and wondered about.
  2. Matt Romanowski
    04-24-2014 03:58 PM
    If you have it set to record anytime the MXL does, it will do what you are experiencing. You can set it to turn on/off based on power and then only to record when it exceeds an acceleration (G) threshold of low (.2), medium (.4) and high (.8). It's explained better than I can type on page 18-20

    I have mine set to record with the MXL and then when I download, I look at the file size and delete the small files and keep the big ones. In windows 8 it tells me how long the file is so I can see that some are only a minute (which isn't any driving).
  3. Boston911fan
    04-17-2009 10:11 AM
    Nice to meet you, too! I had a great time. Now I have to buy a helmet!

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