- I get centerpoint shifting with high-CPR encoder
- I do not get centerpoint shifting with high-CPR encoder
If you vote the “yes” to above, then answer these questions:
- Centerpoint shift happens while driving with high forces (DW12 at Sebring, as an example)
- Centerpoint shift happens only at very hard crashes
- There is a motor “fault” feeling associated with the shift. Sometimes this is also audible.
- There is no special feel to the wheel, centerpoint just shifts
If you have difficulties understanding the “fault feeling”, you can temporarily go to Granity, lower the FEV limit on the faults tab, apply parameters and then wiggle the wheel. An overvelocity fault will happen, and there is a tactile feeling associated with that happening. Remember to change back your original FEV parameter afterwards.