Read your owner's manual.I was just curious if anybody knows whether hard launches using a 240 with launch control is registered in the computer as a standing start? Does a 240 have the same warranty restrictions considering that it has a stronger clutch and launch control?
It is stated in the owners manual that ANY competitive or timed event use will void your warranty. the newer cars with luanch control specifically state that use of that system will void your powertrain warranty regardless of wether it was track or street use.Read your owner's manual.
After reading that, here are the emotions I went through:the newer cars with luanch control specifically state that use of that system will void your powertrain warranty regardless of wether it was track or street use.
What is the definition of a standing start according to lotus?
8000rpm, and dumping the clutch?
what about 6000rpm, 1mph, and then dumping the clutch. Thats what I do, and it is a lot easier on the transmission. Im hoping that since the car is in motion first, the computer doesnt consider it a standing start.
Some traction control systems measures the difference between the front wheel rpm, and rear wheel rpm. Is that how the lotus Traction control works?