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    Stack dash?

    I'm considering the purchase of a stack dash system for the following reasons:

    1. programmable alarms
    2. gauge consolidation
    3. integrated lap timer, shift light
    4. expandablility -> data logging (later)

    Initially I was most interested in the first two items in the form of the 8100 dash. Digging deeper I am very interested in the lap timing, corner speed indicators, and predictive lap timing features of the 8100M.

    Can anyone that has experience with this setup comment on its usefulness and accuracy?


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    Re: Stack dash?

    I have a Stack 8100 in my race car.

    It is both useful and accurate, certainly more of both than standard gauges.

    See the link for an image.

    -Dave

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    Re: Stack dash?

    I couldn't agree more. Best insurance policy on your motor that money can buy IMO.

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