Racepak 250-DS-IQ3D IQ3D Drag Data Logger Dash
IQ3D DRAG LOGGER DASH
The IQ3D combines the look and feel of our popular IQ3 dash with a robust, built-in data logger for Sportsman Drag Racing, Street Strip projects, or any vehicle that needs a programmable display with built-in data logging!
The IQ3D is designed for the sportsman drag racer looking for a compact, all-in-one solution. It combines the look and feel of our popular IQ3 dash with a robust, built-in data logger. The IQ3 Logger Dash mergest Racepak's V-Net single cable sensor technology and with a fully programmable display, creating a complete data center.
The full feature dash includes an internal 42 sensor channel data logger, beacon receiver and wheel speed sensor. No sensor wiring harness is required, as all external sensor data is router to the rear of the dash by a single V-Net cable.; The datalink II software included with tie QI23 dash provides professional-level data analysis capabilities, but in an easy to learn format.
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