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    I've made my own TPMS by hacking an aftermarket kit bought on eBay and writing a RoadRunner plugin, in order to obtain the tyres informations directly in the front end, by an USB connection to the receiver.
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    robby...share share share

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    http://www.tire-pressure-monitors.com/#displays

    "For the racing specialist, RS232 links are available to enable conditions to be sent via computer telemetry to the pit."

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    Give me the time to organize a bit of documentation, and I'll publish all in the forum.

    By the moment, this is a photo of the custom device I've made:
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    robby.. i beg you..make it and sell it. this is fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robby BMW View Post
    Give me the time to organize a bit of documentation, and I'll publish all in the forum.


    and this is a screenshot of the software in action:
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    Robby darling, where did you get that line picture of an E36, please share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Robby darling, where did you get that line picture of an E36, please share.
    looks like a technical drawing out of the factory service manual
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    man you can find any car you want in Dwg or Dxf (autacad drawings) in 3d then you can take a snapshot of whatever view you like..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomader View Post
    man you can find any car you want in Dwg or Dxf (autacad drawings) in 3d then you can take a snapshot of whatever view you like..
    Where can I find a honda crx then? =D
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    Quote Originally Posted by inh View Post
    Where can I find a honda crx then? =D
    Junkyards all across the nation. Oh wait! You wanted a drawing...

    http://www.3dcadbrowser.com/preview.aspx?ModelCode=8964

    Is the closest I could find. You could also scan in a photo from a Hayns or Chiltons.
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