AiM MXL Dash

So I've been gear shifting entirely based on the RPM reading off the original factory dash which isn't the best way, and I consider myself lucky so far as I yet to blow the engine for maxing the RPM limit.

Been wanting to get my dash fitted but never really had the time, and the car has been running without a dash display since the day it rolled out from the garage.

Had the dash with me for so long until it is now no longer in production by the manufacturer. Ah well, better late than never.

The car is now fitted with an AiM MXL Dash instead of the Haltech IQ3 Street Dash that we originally wanted to go with.

It has a very nice backlight which makes it comfortable to the eye while driving and I like it very much and with the RPM shift light it made my life so much easier whenever I am driving as I can just focus looking at the front instead of the dashboard on the left.

It also has water resistant rating of IP65 not that it matters as it is installed inside the car.

At the same time we ditched the old Innovate Motorsports Wideband and replaced with a Dynojet Wideband 2 kit instead as the sensor died on me prematurely.

AiM MXL Dash

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