View Full Version : Perfect pass setting for a LSV 2006
05-30-2006, 08:12 PM
I've problems with the pp in my new Mobius LSV. the pp is not able to hold a steady speed.
the speed is changing alot en the pp makes a lot of corrections, so I get almost seesick by driving the boat.
Can anyone help me by telling me what the best KDW and NN settings are for the perfect pass.
It's a new Mobius LSV with the standard centre tank and wakeplate.
A new proud Moomba owner!!:p
05-30-2006, 09:30 PM
Are you using wakeboard mode or slalom mode? What speed ? I can check mine this weekend for you. I did a sinlgle minor adjustment to mine but forgot which setting.
06-06-2006, 01:54 PM
I've made some changes in the settings for the KDW it is 130 and for the NN it is 140, It's much better but the speed will stil drift a bit..
question: can I get a steady speed with pp or will it still do some drifting???
06-07-2006, 08:55 PM
you can download the manual on the PP website. I have a 05 Mobius LSV and mine was drifting really bad. It was actually set for the wrong motor. THe manual will tell you how to reset or make adjustments . I kept tweeking mine a little at a time and now it works great. Hope this helps.
06-07-2006, 08:58 PM
BTW Congrats on the new boat !!
06-08-2006, 01:38 AM
I don't have the PP but I do know some stuff about control systems and first I would assume the PP is working as designed and look at the mechanical linkage and brackets to see if there is any "slop" in the cable or flexing of brackets that would cause the system to overshoot throttling up and throttling down. I would get on the water and observe the system operating. Second, I would try to swap out modules to see it that corrects the problem. Third, I would try to change the sampling rate of the PP if that is possible. The mechanical components may be a limiting factor so you may have marginal success. Good luck.
06-08-2006, 08:35 PM
I had that problem few months ago, i post it then. The socket that conects the pp sensor at the bilge with the computer was getting wet in fact was scuba diving in the bilge. I cleaned the socket and put it far away from the water, then i've fix the water in the bilge.
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