Nicely done video.
Yeah, a real bummer. I have some ideas on what it could be, just need time to get down to the garage and check it all out.Well dang, that really sucks. On the plus side, the shifting still sounded silky smooth! Hope you get it figured out and it's something easy.
On another note, was cool to see the AIM does the gear you're in. I've been curious if that'd work with the 6 speed. I'm looking forward to playing with Race Studio in hopes of creating my own gauge screen if I don't like the premade ones....although I am fond of one you're currently running.
Joel - yeah, I was on the fence about doing one too but the trailer we have makes it difficult to drive onto so we figured towing would be mandatory. The front overhang is pretty long so pulling on something like the rear diffuser would drive the front splitter into the ground, no bueno. If you have a removable tow hook like I do be sure to store it in/on the car at all times I'd left mine in my garage because I was too lazy to make a mount for it.Well Cam, I think you just convinced me to add a tow ring to my build plan.
Awe man, it appeared we could make our own gauges. At least the pre-loaded ones are decent at least. Maybe in an update we'll get the option at some point. Not likely, but we can hope!Yeah, a real bummer. I have some ideas on what it could be, just need time to get down to the garage and check it all out.
Unfortunately Race Studio doesn't let you create your own custom gauges, you pull from the ones they have and you can change the data fields. Of the ones available, I find this to be the best for driving. There's another with a bunch of data fields that I use for troubleshooting. They have another with 2 sets of needles but I find the text to be too small. It would be totally killer if they would give us the ability to make our own displays picking from a graphics bin but that may be too advanced. All you really need are temps, speed, and a shift light anyway. Half the time you don't bother looking at speed