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The AIM digitial dash/logger now interfaces with the AEM EMS (and many other EMS systems). This is a high quality digital dash, with programmable warning lights, datalogging, and many other features. In addition to pulling data from the EMS (such as load, throttle position, air/coolant temp, wideband, rpm, gear position and more) you can also add/input other sensors directly into the dash. It has programmable shift lights across top (you set when each one comes on), and the warning lights down each side can be individually configured.

On sale now for $995.00 plus shipping. This includes the RRev serial adapter cable and base calibration for the dash. All you need is 12V power/ground, hook up the serial cable and setup the software to suit your needs.

If you have an EMS other than the AEM, call us for more information. We can supply an adapter harness for most systems supported, and help you with setup.

Post up any questions or comments you may have.







Tim Robards
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No it certainly is not! I only have one thing in my garage that is:)
 

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Can you configure it to show boost and/or other pressures or things people want to know about?
 

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The AIM will read boost and any other pressure sensors the AEM / Motec monitors. Installation is very simple, it connects to the serial port of the AEM and needs a power and ground hookup. The only tricky part is finding where you want to mount it.

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Ive seen a thread before where the guy had the MOTEC digital dash monitor custom cut into his dash... it was a MK4. it looked sweet
 

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Latteboost said:
The AIM will read boost and any other pressure sensors the AEM / Motec monitors. Installation is very simple, it connects to the serial port of the AEM and needs a power and ground hookup. The only tricky part is finding where you want to mount it.

Tim
I was wondering just that. Do you have any recommendations?

Joe
 
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