Syvecs Dash Examples

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RICE RACING
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Syvecs Dash Examples

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I do quite a few of these and thought I would put up a few examples of my standard templates as well as a video showing cycling through the various screens.

Have set ups for the D5 and the D4, the later offering closer mounting on the binnacle viable inside the steering wheel.

D5 video showing screens, integrated in with Aquamist water injection system.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OzQJwGw86Y

Software example of action of traction control severity via optional maths in the dash unit, which makes it very powerful, and most people select PRO versions of these to allow other nice benefits like unlimited USB logging.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEtW_ItR8Dg


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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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I get allot of questions if these dash's like "are they direct sun light readable?"
Best way to answer that is with a proper shot/s below. Keep in mind this is basically the sun (Australian sun lol!) where its powerful! and if tilted any more its just like looking into the sun itself and it will damage your eyes let alone the camera :(

The dash's are amazing, and with my config they are legible in all conditions, hard to get across with a picture but it is like its projected onto the screen face, there is no amount of direct sun light that effects the view of the important data. Allot of time has been spent on the back ground text and color ranges to make it the best it can be for quick and easy reading, its intuitive with the right balance of quickly understood graphical positional information for most channels and a numeric component for extra detail.

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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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Here is the latest D5 dash config fitted to a R34 GTR.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl8iKLH ... e=youtu.be
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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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For those who want to mount to steering column and need to use all the IO of the D4, D5 this is one way to do it, use the below connector and solder pins then pot and will allow flush mount options pretty easily. Gets interesting soldering the middle row of pins, but if I can do it anyone can ;)

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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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D4 column mount I made

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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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Got a new scale available so non important ranges can be compressed, in this case 0-4k rpm
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Re: Syvecs Dash Examples

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pevXfrULvPk

Above video to show the RR highly honed/developed D4/D5 dash display solution. These have been in constant state of development for last 5 years to point now where its what a dash should be, simple and driver friendly.

A dash is useless if it has bullshit colours all over the place making it unreadable let alone in adverse lighting conditions, same for random invalid ill thought out alarms that flash up everywhere when they don't need to be doing so. It taken us years to get these to this point. There are more than 65 different alarms/warnings/change page items that cover all of the basics like sensor limits, ECU actions, state changes and so forth. All of them are simple and logical, all the driver has to do is focus on driving! and only pertinent information will be displayed or changed to that display as and when it is deemed necessary.

They are the most legible dash displays you will see, viewable and understandable at a glance, no need to try to quantify seemingly meaningless pages of just numeric data, which is impossible in a race car or high powered road car.
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