XJ racing Turbo Subaru BRZ punching out 525hp with a flat torque curve! Is now equipped with AIM MXG the dash data logger.
The Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ, Scion FRS is compatible with standard ECU CAN channel which you can connect via OBD with AIM dash and data loggers as plug and play. The data stream already supply data like; rpm, individual wheel speed, steering angle, throttle position, brakes, water, oil, intake, cat temp (full list of data channel supported here)
MXG/MXS/MXL2/Evo5/Evo4S comes with GPS data to help analyze lap time and car performance, in multiple format; lap time analyse and comparison, RPM analysis and much more. You can also plug and play additional analog channels; Boost, Oil Pressure, Suspension Travel, Lambda sensors to complete the full range of in-depth data you need for advance analysis.
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AIM MXG Dash Datalogger
New AIM MXG/MXS Display View MXG is the new AiM dashlogger designed to acquire and display data coming from your ECU, the internal accelerometer and gyro, as well as from the GPS08 Module included in the kit, analog/digital inputs and predefined math channels. Performance and data acquired can also be incremented adding up to eight expansion modules. Its 7" display makes it perfect for wide cockpits installation. With the CAN Output you can send messages directly to an existing CAN network in order to improve the range of vehicle control possibilities. A high contrast TFT display identifies MXG at the first glance. An ambient light sensor keeps the backlight at optimum brightness levels. You can define all the custom pages you wish, choosing among a wide library of page styles, defining which data to be shown, their end of scale and measure units. Swapping between pages can be managed pushing one or two pushbuttons. MXG features eight configurable RGB alarm LEDs: you choose the conditions, you choose the colors. Select a solid alarm or flashing one - and the flashing frequency, choose to have an accompanying text message, and set the alarm priorities. MXG features two digital outputs. The two digital outputs (Dout) are LOW SIDE type (switch to ground): they can be configured in order to be turned on/off depending on the value of the analog or digital inputs. They permit to automatically run external systems, i.e. to switch on/off additional lights, to activate/de-activate a cooling fan or circulation pumps, etc. when a certain event happens. More info here: https://gridmotorsportstore.com/collections/aim-sportline-dash-logger-data-logger-smartycam-hd-and-more/products/aim-mxg-colour-tst-dash-logger-for-motorsport