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Palmer Performance Dash Command using my Bluetooth ELM

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  • Palmer Performance Dash Command using my Bluetooth ELM

    I am currently running Centrafuse, and there are a few gauge options, but none compare to Palmer Performance Dash Command.

    In just a few days I was able to put together a Mazda RX-8 skin, with very little experience with this type of thing. I finally have a real speedometer =) along with a much more useful selection of gauges.

    I would highly recommend this program to utilize your ELM device.

    I still need to find a way to incorporate this program into Centrafuse, so if anyone has any ideas let me know!
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  • #2
    What kind of refresh rate on the data are you seeing? Is it using proprietary codes, or are you still stuck at 12 sensor refreshes per second? (around 2 per second total with that many gauges).

    I wanted to try out their program, but it dosent let you connect to your car on the trial version, kinda turned me off to them unfortunatly.
    "stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
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    • #3
      Well for $25 bucks I was willing to give it a try... I dont know what the refresh rates are, I know that the ODBII plug in in Centrafuse sucked, so I went to this instead. Just seems a bit smoother and im really going for more of the "cool factor" on this than anything else.


      • #4
        Cool looking dashboard!

        BTW - we just released a new software version that now allows you to connect to the vehicle and monitor Engine RPM without a license key - it's a free download.
        Brian @ Palmer Performance Engineering, Inc.


        • #5
          hey would you mind uploading the .dxl for this dash?