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      12-27-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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Hey guys, last year we had Roger here for a similar seminar and it was a big hit. Lots to learn for sure.

For $25 we provide light breakfast and a proper South Philly lunch. Oh, a full day of data acquisition training by the data ACE Roger Caddell too This is an awesome all new training program for 2013.

Pls email me if you want to attend mike@vacmotorsports.com
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Is it a stupid question to ask - what is data aquisition and does it differ from what you log on a Cobb AP or JB4 via cable?
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Is it a stupid question to ask - what is data aquisition and does it differ from what you log on a Cobb AP or JB4 via cable?
data acquisition for racing = most likely telemetry.
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Hey Mike, I don't use any AiM Sport Products, but am interested in learning more about data analysis and driving better... you think this would be of any benefit to someone like me? Seems like this data analysis / seminar would give better insight into vehicle physics / dynamics for the track, is that right?
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Steve, yea I think it may be worth the visit. Most attendees will have an AiM system, but according to the instructor there will be value for people interested in learning, even if they do not have an AiM system.
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