Author Topic: Not hearing your own engine.  (Read 970 times)

Klax75

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Not hearing your own engine.
« on: January 05, 2014, 09:09:34 PM »
This needs a fix I don't use any helper aids so I use manual clutch, so I half to release the clutch slowly and give power at the same time if I do it wrong I stall the bike. But on the grind during a race I can't hear my engine at all, so I can't tell how much throttle I am giving, a lot of times I end up flipping the bike because I can't to what the power is at. This is manually for the R6 with no gauges. Not hearing your own engine needs to be fixed.

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Re: Not hearing your own engine.
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2014, 09:51:01 PM »
It is hard to hear your own engine. Try the MaxHud it really helps if you are in cockpit view you have and rpm counter that changes color
so you can keep you revs steady. Give it a go.


http://forum.piboso.com/index.php?topic=79.0
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Re: Not hearing your own engine.
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2014, 10:08:47 PM »
This needs a fix I don't use any helper aids so I use manual clutch, so I half to release the clutch slowly and give power at the same time if I do it wrong I stall the bike. But on the grind during a race I can't hear my engine at all, so I can't tell how much throttle I am giving, a lot of times I end up flipping the bike because I can't to what the power is at. This is manually for the R6 with no gauges. Not hearing your own engine needs to be fixed.

I agree, Klax. it's a real pain, this does need sorting out.

You should always be able to hear your own engine sound to a greater degree than others.