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Cadburys Man

posted on 15/1/14 at 11:50 PM Reply With Quote
Digi Dash and Fitting?

I'm wanting a digi dash for my Stuart Taylor but not sure what to get, any suggestions?
I want something preferably with the following....

Speed
RPM
Odometer
Trip Meter
Fuel Gauge Possibly

I was looking into getting a GPS one for simple fitting by me and having just speed/trip/odometer but would prefer something a bit more advanced. If i went for a fancy digi dash where would the best place to go to get it fitted? I live in Derbyshire.

Thanks In Advance

Daz.





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Jon Ison

posted on 16/1/14 at 08:38 AM Reply With Quote
I've fitted both digi dash 1 & 2, very easy to do speed pick up been the most involved making a small bracket to mount it.
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Duncan36

posted on 16/1/14 at 08:45 AM Reply With Quote
The GPS is an upgrade, what do you mean by more advanced? The digidash can do most things as standard if you put the right sensors on the car.





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40inches

posted on 16/1/14 at 08:54 AM Reply With Quote
You can bring it over to mine Daz. However, my winter overhaul has turned into a complete rebuild The intention is to be back on the road for March
If you can wait til then,not a problem, and bearing in mind we would be working on the drive, perhaps before March may be a bit dodgy weather wise
Noble Motorsport should be willing to fit it otherwise. http://www.noblemotorsport.co.uk/






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imp paul

posted on 16/1/14 at 12:06 PM Reply With Quote
Daz Paul at spire sports cars sells and can fit digital dash pop up to see him he is spot on pal
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daniel mason

posted on 16/1/14 at 09:51 PM Reply With Quote
race technology dash 2, or stack! they would be my choices. possibly a new-ish used item from ebay to cut cost






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johnny chimpo

posted on 17/1/14 at 12:23 AM Reply With Quote
Does the racetech have enough outputs to cover what the OP wants to have displayed?

I wanted a racetech dash but there's not enough analogue outputs.

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davidimurray

posted on 17/1/14 at 08:41 AM Reply With Quote
Depends on how much 'bling' you want but have you looked at the Koso range of digi dashes? I have one of these in my car - http://www.digital-speedos.co.uk/db02r-multi-function-rpm-speed-temp-etc-121-p.asp





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posted on 17/1/14 at 08:57 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by johnny chimpo
Does the racetech have enough outputs to cover what the OP wants to have displayed?

I wanted a racetech dash but there's not enough analogue outputs.


Do you mean inputs i.e. speed, rpm, fuel level etc? If yes it has more than the OP wanted

I had a Digidash2 which I sold for a Dash2, the Dash2 has sooooo many more features IMHO and is much more customisable to suit each user

Both are possibly more then the OP wants to spend...deals can be had on the Dash2 though

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johnny chimpo

posted on 17/1/14 at 09:21 AM Reply With Quote
Yeah sorry meant inputs, I thought the racetech only had 4?

What are the deals available on the racetech?

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peter030371

posted on 17/1/14 at 10:59 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by johnny chimpo
Yeah sorry meant inputs, I thought the racetech only had 4?

What are the deals available on the racetech?


It has 4 analogue inputs that can be used for different things i.e. fuel level, water temp, oil pressure but it has dedicated inputs for wheel speed and rpm so the OP would only need to use one of the analogue inputs (for fuel level) to meet his requirement.

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jeffw

posted on 17/1/14 at 11:18 AM Reply With Quote
The Race Technology Dash2 is an excellent piece of kit. The new Dash2Pro has datalogging built in as well as upto 8 analogue inputs

http://www.race-technology.com/dash2_pro_2_31358.html

There is a significant price difference between the Race Technology kit and the Digi-Dash or Koso though.






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Cadburys Man

posted on 30/1/14 at 06:07 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the info guys, much appreciated
I bought myself an Acewell Ace-7659 and it looks a good bit of kit





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