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    Accelerometer 3-axis placement and graphical meter in RoadRunner

    Very noobish in the way of FB and electronic stuff so if anyone can give some basic answers that would be great.

    Been using an FB for temperature inside/ouside and computer temp for yrs. This accelerometer seems like a fun thing to play with. What is the best place for the 3 wires or does it matter? I was thinking of a T shape under the trunk mat of a 350z. Or is it better in the front of the car front grille, back of the the trunk and third .... err no idea. Or do I not have to worry about placement.

    How easy is this to integrate into RoadRunner? Just as easy as the temp sensors? Can it be graphical?
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    Wow.... just wow. Ill try the fusion brain forums. Thought this would be a basic question for the FB folks.
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