Saturday, June 04, 2005

Gauges Servo install complete

RVC URL on panel
If only Bill knew how hard we work to show this panel on Microsoft Digital Days he will probably send us XBOX360!!! (I need really need one)
Anyhow, if you follow this link :
you can see a "How to" pics series on modding a regular Dash Gauge Panel, adding servos and connecting to a PC.
rear of panel connected to PC with USB


Anonymous said...

Cool job so far guys!
Have you got a stick shifter installed yet? If so can we see some pics

Zvika said...

Not yet...
If you want help send us some info

Anonymous said...

The "How to" pics series is showing me a dead link? You guys know why?


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