Monit on 206: how many teeth on ABS?
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    Just fitted a Monit on my 206. Does anyone one know how many teeth are on the ABS ring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett View Post
    Just fitted a Monit on my 206. Does anyone one know how many teeth are on the ABS ring?

    Thanks,

    Brett
    What's a Monit - but more importantly, what kind of 206 do you have?
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    I wouldn't have thought the number of teeth wouldnt really matter as it would be sorted out during the calibration.
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    I think it is 48 teeth, but the sensor wasn't reading correctly anyway.

    Monit as per link below similar to terratrip.

    http://www.monitrally.com

    I didn't have time to do a calibration drive, so I was trying to manually enter a calibration.

    I ended up downloading a free speedo app to my iPhone for the drive to the track.

    It was a wet and rainy day so it was interesting first track drive in the car.
    Trans-x dif handles very differently to a Quaiff. A lot louder too.
    Didn't get to fiddle with the suspension.
    Only had to adjust bias valve once after a rear lock.

    To do list
    Need to change pads from red stuff to something more fade resistant.
    Raise rear suspension if I continue to run 215/45/R17 Tyres.
    Re-adjust Monit sensor position and calibrate.


    Running in regularity and came fouth over the day, second in the last heat.
    The day was cut short by one heat due to horizontal rain. Poor flaggies stood in it for half the day.
    Was good for the first run in the car, but I was helped by the rain slowing down all the rear drive cars.

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    Wouldnt using the ABS as a pickup be way too rapid to be used for a tripmeter - especially with 48 teeth around the circumference. That might explain the issues you had.
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    I connected my monit upto the ABS sensor initially on my 306 and it was not accurate, too many pulses through the ABS sensor, changed it to the gearbox sensor and all is good.

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