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[video] Toyota 86 / Subaru BRZ CAN bus data – steering angle, brake pressure, oil temp and more

Luke Fleming, with help from Josh Leask of 86Drift Tuning, tapped his RaceCapture/Pro right into to the firehose of CAN bus data on his Toyota 86. Now he has steering angle, brake pressure, oil and coolant temperature, throttle position, RPM and wheel speeds – all using the direct CAN mapping capabilities of the RaceCapture system. Special thanks goes to […]

RaceCapture firmware 2.11.0 / RaceCapture app 1.9.0 released!

A hell of a release It’s an app and firmware release that marks a serious milestone. It almost seems the amount of thought, discussion and teeth gnashing that preceded it might have consumed more energy than it took to actually make it! Granted – all of that planning and analysis plays into building it correctly the first time, but as […]

Building and shipping your pre-orders! (aka wow that’s a lot of RaceCapture systems)

Current Status   We’re in production at our little factory (Lab)! We’re building, testing and now, shipping RaceCapture pre-orders! The last few weeks of waiting for delayed inventory deliveries are now capping off with dawn-to-dusk (and beyond) work illuminated by the Lab’s 1500 watts of fluorescent lighting – which, in a way, is fine since Seattle this time […]

RaceCapture app v1.8.0 is available – now with wizards and track magic!

Before reading further, update your RaceCapture app today! Get it on Google Play for your Android device, Amazon app store for your Fire tablet, and download the desktop version for Windows or OSX. Setup wizard and first time experience We don’t read instructions and we know you probably don’t either. Well, we eventually read instructions when we […]

An accurate, linear output temperature sensor for about $10?

At Autosport Labs, we like sensors with a predictable, accurate, and linear output. Even though we can map the temperature curve of any sensor, adding enough smarts to sensors to provide linearity and accuracy is quite appealing. When the sensor can be designed as a powered, active sensor,  you can also eliminate external components like the pullup resistors seen in […]

Chad M. NOLA test data

RaceCapture Kickstarter – ramping up final production!

We’re in the final production push for RaceCapture! Check out the latest update on the RaceCapture Kickstarter project. Also, pre-orders for RaceCapture are available for a limited time as well – reserve your system today! A very nice RaceCapture installation Featured in this update is Chad M and his track-prepped 370Z Nismo. Chad was one of the patient early beta testers who […]