No, we talked about that before. I'm thinking it was another way to limit overtravel in the flex sensors...just complex to explain compared to "block the feeder"! The feederhouse sensor is used to essentially determine where in the stroke of the feeder the header is, and that does affect AHHC performance based on the calibrations of same, but the math is of course proprietary to Claas. Even what we have been able to deduce, its more complex than you would think.
I guess I just don't really see how calibration of any sort would affect manual raise and lower speeds. That should be independent of calibrations, accumulator charge (mostly), etc. Don, is your combine where you could go take a few quick "measurements" on how fast the header goes up/down with the manual raise and lower at extremes- -50 and +50? That would give us a baseline Jesse could compare. From the sounds of it his is dropping full range 2-3 seconds no matter where you set manual drop rate.
That does bring up a good question-is his feeder position sensor working correctly? The video shows the right bar graph change, and it appears "reasonable", but doesn't show full stroke movement. Jesse, double check that the right bar goes to 100 with the feeder fully raised, and 0 with the head sitting fully on the ground. If so the sensor is working, and is properly calibrated.