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Blackmilk 10 Oct 2007 01:05 am

I need help to identify an electronic device
 
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...foon/GTIs3.jpg

What's the green display, mark/model? thanks :cool:

Blair 10 Oct 2007 02:40 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
I would have a good guess that it's an aftermarket race item, sorry can't help with anythng else.

ratfink454 10 Oct 2007 06:32 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
Looks like a performance meter.

01mmmz28 10 Oct 2007 07:28 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
Looks like it's one of those thingys that does your 0-60, 1/4 mile, and maybe even GPS.

UKunt 10 Oct 2007 07:46 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
its just a digital dash. seen on a few race cars. tells ur oil pressure,fuel, speed and alot more that a normal dash tells you. nice bits of kit. but cost alot of money.

these are better ones tho.
Street-Race Dash Display Systems

EVILZ33 10 Oct 2007 09:27 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
i think sparco makes em i know magneti marelli makes em look for em on google. expect to pay big bucks

HKSemo 10 Oct 2007 07:02 pm

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
this is the one...google does dreams :)

Google Image Result for http://www.sracing.com/Store/DataAquisition/MXL.jpg

OR this linky to original page of it
DataAquisition and Dashes


looks like you should exspect to pay about $800-$1000 for that one:cool:

Blackmilk 11 Oct 2007 06:13 am

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
Thanks for help :cool:

Headracer 31 Oct 2007 10:51 pm

Re: I need help to identify an electronic device
 
To give a bit of background on those devices... We use them in our open wheeled race cars where there isn't space in the ****pit for the normal array of gauges and where the ability to have a visual (ie lights) indicator of the rev band is helpful. The data acquisition part is the largest reason we use Stack instead of MyChron, however. IMO, all of the above seem like huge overkill for a street application... I'm sure there are cheaper/easier ways to get a digital race style display without having to deal with setting up the modes and such everytime you start the car.


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