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    gauge are great because just looking at them you know if it's good or not, digital take more time because you need to look at a number and think about what it means in term of good/no good, not just as immediate.
    The car is on storage, as soon as I get it back, I'll take pictures.
    Look at the race technoloygy, the dash4pro display along with DL1 logger could be a nice package. Can also be paired with video system.

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    That's very nice, kevin! I also notice the bars in the back. Nice job and clean too.
    I've got to see your car some time!!!!
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    Hi Hoover, as per our text yesterday hope we get to meet up when your over this side of the pond !

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    Hi Gents
    I have had my AIM Pista dash for three seasons now (in my STI) and love it. The condtional warning lights are great and take the worry out of having to watch your gauges and FOCUS ON DRIVING! I also go off of GPS speed and even use it for timing. I also have to have the track beacon for NASA, but the AIM lap times are only off a tiny bit. Best part about this is the Smarty Cam, which they also came out in HD now. It helps me very much to see my mistakes in apex and brake points. I would love to put one in the Noble...if it was my track car.
    If anyone wants to see what the smarty cam overlay can look like click on the link below. Its an old vid of my car.

    http://youtu.be/9IG3S66axDo?t=3m1s

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    i can't wait to finish the install into DV. we will make a custom dash mount and remove the tach and rpm gauge.
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    I have two choices for mounting.
    Fabricate a dash panel and remove the gauges or purchase a new steering wheel with integrated display.

    Hmmmmm.....
    Choices.
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    aimsteeringwheel.jpg

    this would be clean, but the display is smaller.
    hmmmm......
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    Getting power to the Aim dash

    What is the proper way to run power to the dash. direct from battery with inline fuse?

    This is in the manual as the method.

    any advice is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djbair1 View Post
    What is the proper way to run power to the dash. direct from battery with inline fuse?

    This is in the manual as the method.

    any advice is appreciated.

    Switch to 12v source @ fuse box.
    Get power off side that is protected by fuse
    Not to the battery...
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