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Anyone have a Heads Up Display? I came across a video by this guy Flexx and he installed one by DMP Car Design.

A nice, simple unit for around $50 shipped. Easy set up. Plugs into the OBDII port.

It reads out a few parameters, but it would be nice just to have your speed right there in front of you.

Making a list ofprojects for the Spring and trying to decide if this goes on it.

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Why in the world would you want that thing sitting on your dash?  Why is the digital speed shown not sufficient?  Does the OBDII (onboard diagnostic port) even provide speed?  Way before I would send a Chinese company $$ I would really think about this.  Also, no shipping until Feb 15 because the factory and warehouse are shut down due to coronavirus.

 

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2 hours ago, DBJoe996 said:

Why in the world would you want that thing sitting on your dash?  Why is the digital speed shown not sufficient?  Does the OBDII (onboard diagnostic port) even provide speed?  Way before I would send a Chinese company $$ I would really think about this.  Also, no shipping until Feb 15 because the factory and warehouse are shut down due to coronavirus.

 

I was trying to get some input here and I thank you for yours. No, I really don't want it sitting on my dash considering my interior color is Savannah and it would stick out like a sore thumb. The consideration was born out of a hot summer day when I blew buy a trooper doing 90 and then realizing I was only doing 76 because I was looking at outside temperature and not speed. Last summer was the first with my 911 and the first with any car where the tach is the center gauge.

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27 minutes ago, RJ'sGottaDrive said:

I was trying to get some input here and I thank you for yours. No, I really don't want it sitting on my dash considering my interior color is Savannah and it would stick out like a sore thumb. The consideration was born out of a hot summer day when I blew buy a trooper doing 90 and then realizing I was only doing 76 because I was looking at outside temperature and not speed. Last summer was the first with my 911 and the first with any car where the tach is the center gauge.

 

Then set your speed limit alarm in your onboard computer.

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