So I am going to get the area around the air vents redone in the dash but here is a clip of how everything works. The new alarm is passive so no more keys unless something fails just like before. It is a real push button start and its wired into the fuel pump so it actually know when the car starts, its pretty good so far with no hiccups. Pretty much the whole interior has been covered in leather and suede with a little diamond stitch. The ipad mini works through a bit one sound processor that runs its audio through the amps, when you pop out the ipad you have access to the ac controls. I am researching how to remotely control the vacuum switches so the ipad can do it, the vacuum switches is the hard part, programming an app would be pretty easy. There is also a kiwi wifi2 obd2 device that runs through the rev app. I didnt want to add any gauges pods so I got this. It will tap into any existing obd2 sensors in the car and give you a gauge readout, you can also add any gauge you want. I added a boost gauge because thats the main reason i got it. The Roe is going on next week.... I hope.
my garage looks like shit I know, I sound like an idiot I know, I am dressed like a broke ass I know. now thats out of the way
Definitely badass. I have an iPad as a H-U in my daily also, running through an Audison sound processor into Hybrid Audio components. I think you mentioned the dash will be reworked, so other than that I give this a solid A
Looks good man! I like it. Have you tried to data logging with the Ipad? I tried using a Kiwi OBD adapter and droid phone with the torque app on my gen 2 and it keep on either freezing or dropping connection. I've switched to ScanXL pro with a laptop and cable. Are you actually able to log fuel pressure through it? Logging boost via map sensor?
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