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Ok the 930 gauge is pretty much done (after about 100 hour's of work ) and I will be posting pic's and a Video early in the week. It turned out better than I could of hoped for it is awsome!!!

To answer a few ?'s the system works with all PLX sensors because each sensors connect with a small uplink cable The PlX sensor allows for much more flexablity than the lM1 for two reasons the LM1 only allows for AFR readings between 10.0 and 20.0 this sensor will not work for E85 or other types of fuel the PLX sensors Works with gasoline, bio diesel, ethanol, methanol, E85, LPG, and CNG. making it much more flexable and it is self calibrating ( this means no open air calibration).

We are tring to finish up a display for the Clock the will daisychain off the controls for the tach and allow you to move the screens back an forth to display any sensor on either display this should also be done in the next week or so.

when replacing the OBC with this gauge you will lose the functions of the OBC this may change with more development but it is not something we are currently working on.

The wideband combo is the factory OBC tachometer combined with the OLCD display and includes the display control module ,wideband module and wideband sensor , connecting cables and software CD in a kit.

The boost /vac combo is the factory OBC tachometer combined with the OLCD display and includes the display control module, boost/ vacuum module and sensor, connecting cables and software CD in a kit.

The combos for the 911/930 are the same.

All of the kits can have other sensors and the corresponding modules added so that many sensors can be monitored from a single display. Every sensor has a module that controls it and links it to the display. It is possibly to connect as many as 32 sensors and modules to a single display ----- more than anyone is likely to ever need. It would be possible, for example to have 6 exhaust gas temperature sensors, 2 air temp sensors, 2 wideband sensors, and oil pressure, and oil temperature all monitored from a single display. This is more than most would even consider but it is possible.

The modified tach is plug and play. The sensors will have to have to be installed and the modules for each sensor will need to be located and powered by a switched 12 volt source. No other parts need to be sourced.

Hope this info helps


Thanks Again
David and Arthur
Dynolab Inc
Old 02-03-2008, 11:16 AM
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