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Old 10-02-2021, 09:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Where do you get the chip?
Range AFM Disabler, amazon has them or you can probably find them 2nd hand. Just be careful which version you get, some are for afm disable and some are for stop/start disable. Check their website

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Regen is better than friction braking, but not as efficient as coasting to a stop.
I usually compare regen to those auxiliary exhaust-brakes more often featured on heavy-duty trucks and buses. Relying on regen as an extra safety measure, or to improve control while driving downhill for instance, is quite similar to how the exhaust-brakes are meant to operate.

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