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  1. james, which data can you read from the ecu with aim data logger? MXL is available in 3 versions: • STRADA (same as Pista, no sampling capability) • PISTA (1 speed, 8 analog inputs, AMP connectors) • PRO (4 speeds, 12 analog inputs) I have the PISTA and it reads: • SPEED • RPM • WATER TEMP • OIL PRES • THROTTLE POSITION • BRAKE ON/OFF • BATTERY • ENGINE MON (%POWER?) on top of this it gives: • Laptimes • G Force Make really nice graphs to visualize the laps (even without the GPS option) This has been a great addition to my car I have imporved times on AL
  2. I found the answer helped by Loren who seems to know more about Porsche than Porsche. Connector 4 also known as D and the CAN High is D36 Blue/White and CAN Low is L37 Grey/White AIM Data logger dash now installed and working 100% Regards James
  3. Hi all, Having a spot of drama with the fitting of an AIM Sport MXL dash, AIM claim it will take data from the DME via CAN+ and CAN- however the documentation supplied has no real correlation to the GT3 DME pinouts. Does anyone know or can supply me the information of which of the 5 connectors and which pins on the DME are the CAN+ and CAN- ? Regards James in Sunny Queensland Australia
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