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Offline ARCADE

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question for experienced xim
« on: 12:52 AM - 04/11/19 »
hello the xim curve serves as a multiplier and defines a speed of rotation. example in the HIP curve of rml any value of x greater than 70% gives a maximum speed of rotation but a zero slope therefore by which value is multiplied the hip sensitivity
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Offline mikael

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Re: question for experienced xim
« Reply #1 on: 12:54 AM - 04/11/19 »
hello the xim curve serves as a multiplier and defines a speed of rotation. example in the HIP curve of rml any value of x greater than 70% gives a maximum speed of rotation but a zero slope therefore by which value is multiplied the hip sensitivity

That does sound like a very experienced xim, and the answer to your question is