[REL] Z1 Dashboard v4.4

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  1. RussellHodgson

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    Version 4.15 of the Z1 Dashboard is here!

    Highlights include:
    * 9 new dashboards included
    * movable track maps
    * updates to existing dashboards
    * new automatic shift light patterns
    and more!

    We know everyone loves the new dashboards, some here are a sampling of the new ones:

    911 RSR Dash 1
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    911 RSR Dash 2
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    911 RSR Pit Dash
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    Stockcar 2016 Dash 3B
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    Stockcar 2016 Dash 6B
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    Existing users can see their download options here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can get the demo here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * Added 4 new stockcar dashboards. These are Stockcar 2016 Dash 1B, 2B, 3B and 6B. They are versions of the stock car 2016 dashboards formatted for 480x272 ratio displays. This allows users that use square displays as opposed to the wide screen displays to still be able to use these dashboards.

    * Added 5 new dashboards associated with the Porsche 911 RSR. These are the Porsche 911 RSR Pit Dash, and the Porsche 911 RSR Dash 1-4.

    * There is a new setting in the Track Map tab. This is called 'Track Style'. It can be set to Static or Moving. Static is the default and displays the track map from above as it has always been displayed. This option will include the sector overlays if desired, the directional arrow, the wind display, the pit stop loss overlays, the pit lane if defined, and all other competitors.

    The new Moving option displays the track map from your point of view. Your car is always located at the bottom center of the display and the track map revolves around this position. This option will display the pit stop loss overlays and all other competitors. Note because the track map moves around and not all parts are always visible it is likely that the pit loss displays will be off-screen and therefore not visible. The sector overlay, pit lane, and directional arrow are not displayed in this configuration in order to reduce CPU load. Note that this option may have a slightly negative effect on FPS within the sim as it is more CPU intensive as we have to recompute and redraw the map every frame.

    Selecting the 'Moving' option will override the 'Render With' setting to always be 'Vector'.

    The new Moving option is available for all track maps, except Track Map 4. This track map will always show the track from the static top-down view. This allows you to have both a moving and static track map in your dashboard rotation.

    * There are 4 new automatic shift light patterns. These illuminate the shift lights from outside to inside. Previously all automatic patterns illuminated the shift lights from left to right. These new patterns are called 'All CTR (80-98%)' which illuminates each LED individually, starting at 80% of max RPM until they are all lit at 98% of max RPM. 'All CTR (65-98%)' which illuminates each LED individually, starting at 65% of max RPM until they are all lit at 98% of max RPM. 'Grouped CTR (80-98%)' which illuminates the LEDs in groups, starting at 80% of max RPM until they are all illuminated at 98% of max RPM. 'Grouped CTR (65-98%)' which illuminates the LEDs in groups, starting at 65% of max RPM until they are all illuminated at 98% of max RPM.

    * Multiple updates to the Kart Racing Pro interface to implement speech output, provide sector timings, update data logging, and many other small improvements.

    * Updated to work with the latest version of Kart Racing Pro.

    * Added Cylinder Head Temperature and Fuel Level Percentage to Kart Racing Pro data logging.

    * Updated the RaceRoom track creation to allow for inconsistencies in various RaceRoom track center spline lines.

    * Cleaned up several of the dash names to better group them together in the Car 2 tab drop down.

    * Several graphical and informational updates to the Kart 1,2,3 dashboards.

    * Now reads air and track temps, and weather conditions from Kart Racing Pro.

    * Data Logging now records cylinder head temperature for those sims that support it. This is currently only Kart Racing Pro.

    * The Z1 Server will now allow you to cycle through multiple IP addresses if they are available. Most computers will have a single IP address. That is the one that the Server will connect to and display. However on some machines there could be multiple IP addresses due to virtual systems, backup IPs, or other possible reasons. In these cases the Server will display a count next to the IP address. It will say 1 of 2 (3,4,5, etc). By default it will always choose the first IP address to register against. However sometimes that can be incorrect. If you are finding that the Dashboard can't connect and that the Server has more than one IP address option, then on the Server click on the IP address in the display. It will change to the next IP address. Try entering this address into the Dashboard to see if it can connect.

    * The Audi R18 dash has been updated to include percentage bars displayed along with the battery charge and battery deployment per lap displays. This should make it easier to quickly glance at these levels while racing.

    * There is a new setting in the Track Map tab called 'Fill Dots'. This is on by default. If you turn this off, then the dots used to display the car locations on the track maps will not be filled in. This can make it easier to see the track map on longer tracks, where the filled in dot map cover up some of the detail.

    * There is now an option in the Car 1 tab called 'Auto Fuel Dens'. This sets whether or not the fuel density is automatically determined based on data from the sim. It is on by default. If you turn this off you can then enter the fuel density for the car. The fuel density is measuring kilograms/liter. It is 0.75 by default for all manual entries. Currently the only sim to supply this information is iRacing.

    * Updated various dependencies related to graphics and display to improve performance and stability.

    * The Project Cars 1 and Project Cars 2 network connectivity options have been combined into a single drop down where you select the version you would like to connect to.

    * Small updates to the rally cross dashboards.

    Download the demo today: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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  2. RussellHodgson

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    With the latest version of the Z1 Dashboard (4.4) and the Z1 Server (1.2) we have spent a lot of time and effort on improving the connectivity over wifi networks.

    If you want to run your Z1 Dashboard software on your laptop or Windows based tablet, then the Z1 Server is the solution. Included with the Z1 Dashboard it broadcasts your sim's data across your network, where the Z1 Dashboard can receive it and display everything just as if you had it running on the same sim as the PC.

    These latest versions handle dropped packets and lost connections much better than in the past. And if the connection is permanently lost, a new one will be recreated automatically, allowing you to concentrate on the racing!

    You can download the demo here:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2

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    The Z1 Dashboard is designed to not only help you see the dashboard more easily, but also to allow you to view the entire race more easily. With three different track maps dashboard available, you can easily see where everyone is on the track at any time.

    You can see the time difference between you and your competitors.

    Your lap time and fuel remaining with projected requirements to finish the race

    How many laps you can go before running out of fuel

    Car data such as RPMs, Gear, shift lights, etc

    You can even run all three track maps on your dashboard, switching between them at the press of a button.

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    You can download the demo here:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    The Z1 Dashboard has many specialized screens. The Timing & Scoring dashboard lest you see information on your current, best and last lap times. In addition your delta time to your current best lap is displayed. Then on the right side you've got your position within the race, the current lap, and time remaining in the session or race. Finally at the bottom right is your fuel information, showing you how much fuel you have, your average fuel consumption and the amount of fuel you need to finish.

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    You can download the demo here:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    One of the great aspects of the Z1 Dashboard is that it allows you to assign up to 10 dashboards to each car. You can then scroll through the dashboards with a button click. You can assign this button click to a rotary switch or a scrolling button on your wheel, allowing you to change dashboards easily.

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    By default the first instance of each car will display the following dashboards in order:
    1) The car's main dashboard
    2) The track map dashboard
    3) The timing & scoring dashboard
    4) The telemetry dashboard
    5) The adjustment dashboard
    6) The pit stop dashboard

    Limiter Dash:
    In addition to being able to scroll through your selected dashboards, you can also assign one of them to be displayed when the pit limiter is engaged. By default this is the pit stop dashboard. When the pit limiter is turned off your display will revert to the previously displayed dashboard.

    You could use this feature to switch to the track map to see the position of a competitor while you service your car. Alternatively the pit stop dashboard could be useful to ensure you properly fill the tank of your car. You can set this to whatever suits your needs, or simply turn the feature off it you prefer.

    You can download the demo here:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
  6. RussellHodgson

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    The Z1 Dashboard allows you to view various telemetry information live as you are driving. There are three telemetry specific dashboards available to show this information. You can use any or all of them when driving.

    The first one shows tire, suspension and brake information in an easy to view graphical format. In addition a friction circle with g-forces is also present.
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    The second and third ones show live telemetry traces for throttle, brake, gear, steering, RPM and speed. The second one also includes shock deflection. These trace dashboards include time lines with ten second intervals displayed, and start/finish line markers. In addition if you bring the car to a stop the telemetry trace stops moving. This allows you to view the trace information without having it move off screen. Both of these dashboards scale with the size of the window. So the larger the screen the more historical data you can view.

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    You can download the demo here:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
  7. RussellHodgson

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    The Z1 Dashboard has the ability to scroll through up to 10 different dashboards when you are in the car. You can easily define which dashboard should be displayed and in what order they should be displayed. Then assign a button to move forward through each dashboard.

    With this feature you can have everything at your fingertips. For example you could choose to have the following dashboards available when driving:

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    The Z1 Dashboard gives you all of this and more!

    Download the demo today at:
    http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    this is a great program had it and used it for yrs.
     
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    Hi Russell,

    are you planing to include the weather? It would be very useful to know whether rain is expected, how wet the race line is and so on.
     
  10. RussellHodgson

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    Including weather is on the list for a future release. Currently we are experimenting with the best ways to show that data.
     
  11. RussellHodgson

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    Z1 Dashboard version 4.5 now available!

    Version 4.5 of the Z1 Dashboard is now available! This is our biggest update since version 4.0 came out. It has a ton of new features and improvements. It includes version 1.3 of the Z1 Server, and 1.2 of the Z1 Analyzer (which you'll definitely want to check out and see how it works to help improve you as a driver!)

    Some highlights of version 4.5 are several new dashboards, improved server to dashboard connectivity, a whole host of new joystick button input options and more!

    If you already own the software you can get the new version by going to http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm and entering your order number. If you have yet to try out the Z1 Dashboard please visit http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2 and download the demo today.

    Here are the full release notes:
    * The scale text option now effects the standings dashboard both in-car and in the garage as well as the track map dashboards.

    * When the text in the garage standings screen is not being scaled (ie - more drivers are being displayed) a steering wheel icon will appear next to the drivers who are on track.

    * When the text in the garage/in-car standings screen is not being scaled (ie - more drivers are being displayed) the Safety Rating for iRacing will appear on the right end of the screen. Note you can also click on the car name to remove it and only display iRating and Safety Rating if you prefer.

    * The garage/in-car standings screen now alternates the background color of the rows to make it easier to read the data.

    * The track map dashboards now flash for the rev limiter, yellow and blue flags.

    * You can now use the last X number if laps to determine fuel usage. To do so enter -X into the Fuel Per Lap field in the Car 1 tab of the settings dialog.

    * There is a new Tire dashboard. This shows the tires in a larger format than the telemetry 1 dashboard. It also shows the current tire pressures, brake temperatures, tire wear, ride height and shock deflection. The color used to display the tires and brake temperatures will change as they temperatures rise, giving you an easy way to see how the car is behaving. The current compound used for each tire is also displayed. (Note not all sims support all aspects of this dashboard.)

    * There is a new Formula Dash.

    * There is a new Forumla One dashboard (F1 2014 Dash 6).

    * The settings icon is now displayed on the splash screen even for LCD screen users.

    * There is now a connection status meter displayed when using the Z1 Server. This monitors the status of the connection between the Server and Dashboard. A short green bar is good. This feature can be turned on or off in the Network tab of the Settings Dialog.

    * The process of re-establishing lost connections between the Z1 Dashboard and Z1 Server has been improved. Now if a connection is dropped and re-established within a few seconds, the current state data will not be lost. This means the number of laps run, positions, fuel usage, etc, will all be kept instead of being reset.

    * Graphical updates to improve the display in windows.

    * When using iRacing the Z1 Dashboard's data logging options will now turn on or off iRacing's telemetry option. This is because iRacing's saved ibt files contain more data than iRacing outputs live. So instead of creating a zod file for iRacing, the iRacing ibt file will be created. This will make data analysis of iRacing using the Z1 Analyzer easier.

    * The data logging feature is now on by default for the first instance of the Z1 Dashboard. This means you won't have to remember to start logging laps when you drive in the sim. They will be automatically logged. You can change this setting in the Settings Dialog.

    * The Fuel dashboard that contains the three buttons for add fuel, remove fuel, or fill to finish, which previously interacted with iRacing through mimicking key commands, now interacts using the iRacing API. This removes the need to setup key commands to make this feature work. Now you can just go to the dashboard and press the buttons and they will work.

    * There is a 4th track map dashboard. This one just shows the track map, with no other data. This allows for a larger track map.

    * There is now a Network tab in the settings dialog. This is where you can set any network related properties, such as the IP and Ports for the Z1 Server and Codemasters sims. In addition there is now an option to tell the Z1 Dashboard whether or not it should check for these sims. Turning off ones you are not using can help speed up sim recognition. You can specify whether or not the Dashboard should check for the Z1 Server, the Codemasters' sims (F1 2012, F1 2013) or the Codemasters F1 2015 sim.

    * All the joystick button assignments have been moved into a new tab called 'Joystick' in the Settings Dialog.

    * There are new joystick button options for scrolling windows up and down within the Z1 Dashboard. Any screen or dashboard that uses the green up/down arrows can now be scrolled by joystick buttons if desired.

    * There are now joystick buttons that work with iRacing to allow you to specify how much fuel should be added at the next stop. There is a button for increasing the amount, and one for decreasing the amount. There is a third button which will add the amount of fuel the Z1 thinks you need to finish the race (with a 3 liter buffer). These buttons can be assigned in the Joystick tab of the Settings Dialog.

    * There is now a joystick button that allows you to scroll through the different delta types available. Currently this is mostly useful for iRacing. This allows you to select the delta type you want when you are in the car. This option is in the Joystick tab of the Settings Dialog.

    * Simultaneous button pressed are now taken into consideration when determining whether or not a button has been pressed. This will help in situations where you have hardware such as an h-shifter that continually presses a button. Note this is not for when you configure the buttons, but rather for when you are driving. During the configuration process, the first button detected will be the one assigned.

    * There is now a joystick button that allows you to reset the Z1 Deltas. This will clear any best lap delta in memory and stored on disk for the current car and track.

    * The Z1 Server now communicates all button presses to the Z1 Dashboard.

    * The Z1 Server now handles split/delta times much better. You can save them and reset them just as you can when on the Dashboard.

    * Improvements in handling lost packets and between the Z1 Server and Dashboard. This should improve connection stability.

    * The Z1 Server can now record telemetry for all supported sims. Note that the zod files are saved into the documents/z1server/<sim>/telemetry folder as opposed to the documents/z1dashboard/<sim>/telemetry folder. This is because it is possible to have both the server and dashboard running on the same machine and using the same folder would have caused file corruption issues. If you want the Z1 Analyzer to show the zod files created by the Server you should point it to documents/z1server and not documents/z1dashboard. Also note that if you are running iRacing, then zod files won't be created. Instead the Server will tell iRacing to record the data into iRacing's ibt file format. This can then be read by the Z1 Analyzer.

    * Improved the joystick definition process so the software recognizes the buttons more accurately when assigning buttons.

    * There is a new Track Map dashboard (#5). This one is a combination of the track map dashboard and the timing & scoring dashboard. You get the track map on the left, and the timing and scoring data on the right (current lap time, current delta, last lap, best lap, lap number, position, fuel, fuel needed to finish and laps of fuel left.)

    * The Standings dashboard has been updated. When you are in a race it now shows the time delta between the cars, as well as the fastest lap time of each driver. When you are in a practice session it shows the fastest lap, the delta between lap times for the drivers, and the lap number each driver's fastest lap was set on.

    * Added support for KERS and DRS for Codemasters F1 2015.
     
  12. RussellHodgson

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    Here are some screen shots:

    The new Formula Dash:
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    The new tire dashboard:
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    A new track map dashboard:
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    With version 4.5 we have added a lot of options for using wheel or joystick buttons to perform various functions. Because of these additions we have created a separate joystick tab in the settings dialog:
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    We retain the previous five options of next, last and select; and next and last screen. We've added an option for scrolling up or down. This allows you to assign buttons to scroll any scrollable display up or down.

    Then we added two delta options. The first allows you to reset the Z1 delta. This is useful if you are running under different weather conditions for example. Then you can now scroll through the various delta options with the click of a button.

    Data logging can be turned on or off with a button click if desired. Note that the default option for data logging is to always be on. This works well as you'll always have your actions in the car recorded, so that the Z1 Analyzer can give you the best help possible with your driving.

    You may use any of these options as you see fit for your setup.

    You will also notice the 'Message Time' field. For certain button click the Z1 will display a confirmation message on the screen so you know the event happened, such as when you add or remove fuel. The Message Time value determines the number of milliseconds the message is displayed on screen.
     
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    The Z1 Dashboard contains so much more functionality than simply showing you dashboards. For example fuel usage. It will calculate the amount of fuel used while you are racing and let you know how much fuel to add at your pit stop. To do this it calculates you average fuel usage per lap.

    You can tell the Z1 how to calculate the average fuel per lap from one of three options. Each of these has its benefits and can fit a particular style of racing. You can set the option in the Car 1 tab of the settings dialog by entering the appropriate number on the Fuel Per Lap field.

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    The default option is zero. This will calculate the fuel used over every lap run so far.

    The second option is to enter a negative number, such as -2. Then it will use the average fuel over the previous X laps only. This is useful if you have long safety car periods which could effect your fuel usage. During the safety car period to usage will go down, but then afterwards it will return to normal.

    The third option is to specify an exact amount of fuel used per lap, such as 1.5. This will tell the Z1 to use that exact amount as the average fuel used per lap for all calculations. This amount is in whatever measurement you are using in the Z1. So if you have the Z1 display fuel as gallons then the amount should be entered as gallons. If you have the Z1 display fuel as kilograms, then the amount should be in kilograms.

    Try it out today by downloading the demo: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    The Z1 Dashboard can display various icons at the lower right of the screen.

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    If you see the 'DL' icon that means that data logging is currently active. By default data logging is always active. So whenever you are driving the car the system will capture the data so you can review it in the Z1 Analyzer.

    If you are connected to the Z1 Server you will see a green bar which monitors the status of the connection. A short green bar is what you are aiming for. If it gets longer or turns orange or red then the connection quality is not as good as it could be.

    Try it out today by downloading the demo: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    Here's a brand new Z1 LCD touch-screen in black gloss with Carbon Fiber ready to go to its new owner! This is a great way to display the Z1 Dashboard software on your racing rig.

    You can check out the options here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/trybuy.cfm?source=rF2

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    One of the great features of the Z1 Dashboard is that you can switch between dashboards on the fly. You can have up to 10 dashboards assigned to a car. These could be various track maps, or car dashboards, or telemetry, or timing & scoring, or a combination of all of them.

    To switch between them just map a wheel or button box button to 'next' and another one to 'last'. It is that easy!

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    To make things even easier for you, all cars have 6 dashboards assigned to them by default:
    1) The car's main dashboard
    2) The track map dashboard
    3) The timing & scoring dashboard
    4) The telemetry dashboard
    5) The adjustment dashboard
    6) The pit stop dashboard

    It another way to Z1 Dashboard makes your racing more fun and exciting!

    Download the demo today: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     
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    Did you know the Z1 Dashboard software can be run multiple times simultaneously? When you run the software you create what is known as an "instance." If the software is running and you attempt to run it again, you will create another instance of the software, and end up with two windows both running the software. You may create up to 6 separate instances.

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    The advantage of multiple instances of the software is that you can have different dashboards displayed on each instance and can position each one wherever you need it. For example you could have four instances all running simultaneously. One instance could display the main dashboard for the car; another the Track Map dashboard; another the Timing and Scoring dashboard; and another the Telemetry dashboard.

    Download the demo and try it out today: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rf2
     
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    If you've got a laptop or Windows tablet (or even a second computer) you can put it to work running your Z1 Dashboard or display live telemetry with the Z1 Analyzer. The Z1 Server allows you to broadcast your sim's data across your home network!

    In addition to the sim's data it also broadcasts your button inputs, so the Z1 Dashboard can respond to them just as if it was running on the same machine as your wheel or button box.

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    The Z1 Server comes with the Z1 software package and is the perfect way to make use of that extra computer, laptop or Windows tablet!

    Download the demo today: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rf2
     
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    During a race things are intense! Anything that helps take the load off you is helpful. The Z1 Dashboard has a setting that lets you choose which dashboard should be displayed when you engage the pit speed limiter. This allows you to quickly switch to any dashboard you like when entering the pits.

    You could choose the default pit dashboard, showing you fuel information and a customizable pit message. Or you could have the track map display, allowing you to keep track of your competitors. Or any of the other over 60 dashboards.

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    To set the desired dashboard, simply go to the Car 1 tab, and select the dashboard from the Limiter Dash drop down. The dash needs to be included in your dashboard rotation for the selected car. Once chosen, click OK, and that dashboard will be displayed when you engage the pit speed limiter!

    Download the demo today: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm?source=rF2
     

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