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2004 GT3 and AIM MXL fitting


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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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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

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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

james, which data can you read from the ecu with aim data logger?

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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

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 ALL tracks since it now shows me where I was breaking to early/late, mid corcer speed etc etc

I have requested some additions to the units ability to read from the ECU from AIM however they have been really slow in response.

I would have liked to add the following:

• Lamda as my car this already (There is an option to add this to the MXL but why when the Porsche already does it?)

There were others but I cant remember what they were as I was working with my Mechanic to put this together.

This link may also assist you: http://www.aimsportsystems.com.au/mxl_system.html

I hope that helps

Regards

James

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