Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: west central Sask
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I havent found I've ever needed to tweek the measurements to improve steering, not saying measurements dont matter, but i think as long as they are close its good enough.
As far as other settings, usually tweaking line sensitivity can improve wander issues, too high will wiggle on the line, too low will wander slowly. Usually its easy to find the right number that works.
Line aquire i usually dont mess with, it just sets how fast it steers back to the line. The basic calibration should be good enough.
The one thing i usually do is go into the pwm settings, turn it off auto, and manually enter about a 15% min 80%max for left and right. For whatever reason, i find it steers better that way.
Other than that i find articulated tractors steer pretty darn good after the initial calibration, front steer, and rear steer(combines)take a bit more fooling with.
I have cruizers or envizio pros in everything, some are smartsteer (steering wheel motors) and some are smarttrax. Ive never had a complaint, it just takes some fiddling on the initial calibration.
I have a 450 delta track so i could share my numbers, but they are prob same numbers as you already have.
Also you'll have a sense wire behind the seat you can hook to your seeder switch if you want it to paint the screen when the seeder is seeding in case you didnt know.