Data acquisition system

Discussion in 'Race 400/430/455' started by Bens99gtp, Jan 2, 2021.

  1. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    So I would like to put some 21st century equipment on my car to get more info on whats going on with my car during the passes.

    For now I'm thinking just the basic, but would really like to have driveshaft speed. But would like the ability to expand some

    What are others using/ have used. What are the goods and bads you have run across
     
  2. slimfromnz

    slimfromnz Kiwi Abroad

    I use Innovate Motorsports SSI-4 + their DLG-1. I log the following
    - Engine RPM
    - Throttle position
    - Fuel pressure
    - Driveshaft RPM (still figuring it out)
    - Drivers AFR
    - Pass AFR
     
  3. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    So this isnt a stand alone system........it has to have a computer to record as you run???
     
  4. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    I recommend the AEM Electronics AQ-1 system... Stand alone, CAN network to their gauges, digital and analog inputs, plus good software to analyze and store your runs.

    We installed the complete system and gauge package in Mike Erickson's car last year, and it worked well.

    JW
     
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  5. Bens99gtp

    Bens99gtp Well-Known Member

    I know the aim dyno shaft looks like a cool feature.....to be able to sctual read torque put to the track each pass would be awsome
     
  6. slimfromnz

    slimfromnz Kiwi Abroad

    Yes it is standalone. I also have a their Pocket Logger which records the data to an SD Card.
    I didnt want an LCD display in my car. This system is hidden away for me to analyze after each run. My car is quite basic in its look and I wanted to maintain that.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2021
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  7. BP_Motorworks

    BP_Motorworks Ragtop Racer

    I have a RPM performance system. I have known Randy for a long time and be makes a good product. He even has a digital dash if you want your car to look like a 21st century race car.
     

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