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Thread: LCD Gauges Product Release & Promo!

  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Procision-Auto View Post
    I can't see why it wouldn't. What year and engine code?
    2004 5AT coupe
    engine VQ35DE

  2. #42
    https://www.google.com/shopping/prod...D-8Q8wIItAIwBA

    is this all i would need to read wideband? this can plug right into your box?

  3. #43
    You would also need the harness that connects to the sensor and the signal line would plug into my system.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaydor View Post
    https://www.google.com/shopping/prod...D-8Q8wIItAIwBA

    is this all i would need to read wideband? this can plug right into your box?
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  4. #44
    can you provide a link to the product please?

  5. #45
    any updates on the aventador gauges ?

  6. #46
    Still tweaking graphics. It has been a busy week, but I'll try to have a static screen by the weekend at least.
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

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    Will this system have an odometer?
    Last edited by KENS80V; 09-25-2016 at 10:40 AM.

  9. #49
    You can order a basic system if you're using the LCDi as a secondary display with odometer, or the complete system which has an Odometer, tripA, trib B

    Options and pricing breakdown
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    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
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  11. #51
    I did promise an update, but I'm far from finished. This is just a rough outline of what I have completed so far.

    The graphics had to be programmed from scratch because the image file was not good enough for resolution.

    I'm hoping to have the needles and tach ring finished by end of the week so the video demo can be uploaded, then I can worry about colours
    and adding to the graphics.
    avent_test.jpg
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

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  13. #53
    Getting closer to complete. A very difficult gauge to replicate because of all the layering and detail.

    aventador_progress.jpgmainmenu.jpg
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  14. #54
    ah ok i was hoping it would look a little more detailed

  15. #55
    As per previos post, it's not complete. Maybe 50% with graphics, but most of the functions are done.

    I'll have more updates after this weekend.
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

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    Nice! Can't wait to see the finished product

  17. #57
    Here is the mostly finished Aventador gauge. Colour tweaks and mior graphic enhancements forthcoming, but otherwise fully functional.

    I'll have this model tested in my car and release a proper video, as well as update my website.

    Thank you for being patient, this is a huge project!

    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  18. #58
    any pics? cant load videos at this time :S

  19. #59
    Parts have arrived for the final assembly. My goal is to have a new website launched with all of the system information, downloads, videos, etc. setup for
    Jan 1. 2017.

    The current website is out-dated and a bit basic, but you are welcome to read the latest while I work away. Notice that some of the links don't work yet
    as I continue to format the page:
    http://www.procision-auto.com/lcdgauges.html

    The first circuit board test is scheduled for this coming weekend as the final bits get soldered into place. These proto-type circuit boards are outstanding and
    are better than some production level boards that I've worked on. I'll be using this company again for future projects, no questions asked!

    LCDi100.jpg
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  20. #60
    I'd like to unveil the new website which was redesigned to promote the LCD gauge systems. There are still a few documents to complete
    and some demo software to upload for user evaluation, but otherwise I'm ready to take orders.

    Also note, I am providing Data Loggers for those that don't want to change their gauges, but want
    to record the performance of their vehicle.

    If you have some free time, please navigate through the website and let me know if you have any questions about the software or hardware
    that is available.

    http://www.procision-auto.com


    Once I have the User Manual, Install Manual, and Demo software uploaded I will start a new thread for taking orders. Alternatively, if you
    like what you already see, feel free to message me to order your system at any time.

    Thank you and Happy New Year!
    Tino
    LCDi-100.jpg
    Last edited by Procision-Auto; 01-01-2017 at 11:33 AM.
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

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    i'm said early on i was interested in this product, then i was on the fence about it but with your latest videos and watching it unfold i'm getting very excited about it and getting the feeling this is a must have for my build. I'll send you a PM, nice work Tino.

  22. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by tucker298 View Post
    i'm said early on i was interested in this product, then i was on the fence about it but with your latest videos and watching it unfold i'm getting very excited about it and getting the feeling this is a must have for my build. I'll send you a PM, nice work Tino.
    Thank you! I've spent more time on this project than building the GTM over the last year.
    Not because the car is not worthy, but because the amount of development and testing required
    to reach a production level product is never-ending.


    As I'm writing this I'm putting the finishing touches on the Data Logger Product Sheet which
    will be uploaded to my website this weekend.


    If you don't mind, I'll answer your PM questions here so everyone else can learn more as well.


    Tablet Preference:


    The Acer Switch 10 is what I chose after comparing several tablets. It has a low power design
    with an LED backlight so it runs much cooler. This is critical for battery life, charge time,
    and operating temperature while installed in the dash.


    It has stereo front facing speakers which makes the tones more audible over the quite loud
    GTM interior.


    The dimensions also make it easier to install in the dash pod with minimal shimming of the
    steering column.


    Lastly, it has a 12 VDC power input which makes converting from the vehicle's electrical source
    much simpler.


    Start/Boot-up Time:


    I've setup the tablet to enter sleep mode once the ignition is shut off. The allows about three
    to four days of tablet battery life and a near instant boot-up when starting the vehicle (1-2 seconds).
    You will see the gauges almost right away.


    If you have to start from an "off-state" for any reason, the Acer Switch 10 will load to ready
    desktop state in about seventeen seconds.


    For those that don't drive their car every 3-4 days, I'm configuring a relay to charge the tablet
    from the vehicle battery, or external USB port to prevent a "cold boot" condition.
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  23. #63
    It turns out I'll need a little more time to complete the PDF for the data logger, but here's a teaser of what i'm working on for the Playback Software. I'll most likely use an overlay style gauge cluster that floats over the video for maximum size.

    F5R_DATA_Video.png
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

  24. #64
    Data Logger promo sheet has been uploaded to the web site.

    http://www.procision-auto.com/ProAut...PromoSheet.pdf
    Yes, I built it. Yes, it's fast. No, you can't drive it!
    Proud new owner of GTM Gen 1., #105 - 08/27/11
    LQ9 Powered, G96.00 6 speed transaxle

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