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    Vtech Data Logger mounting

    I got my vtech tuner and data logger, and i was playing around trying to figure out the cleanest/best place to mount this thing. Where did you guys mount yours?


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    I for one never planned to run the ski with it all the time, I only use it when testing for tuning maps. I place mine in a plastic bag then wrap in a towel and keep it in front storage compartment. When I'm done I remove O2 sensor (plug hole). They are not waterproof...splash proof maybe. The circuit board is clear coated. But salt will find a way so this is why I don't use it outside of tuning.

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    I have velcro on the Styrofoam and also on the bottom of the logger. It wedges up against the body work.

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    Go to armor-x.com I have a damasung s5 and have there rugged case with the orange lock and flat mount. I put it right in front of the gauges never moves

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    I like the velcro idea.

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    I purchase industrial velcro at Lowes. I use it for all sorts of things. Light, waterproof, and you don't drills holes in things.

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    I make a basis plate, this plate I mount on the side wall, near the batterie.
    The plate is lightweight fiberglas 5mm.
    I mount it with the screws from the sponsons.
    On my basis plate there is the Inovate Controller and the Datalogger.

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    What are the bare wires for on this logger? I know one hooks to the obd port, and the other for the wideband, but are the others for say egt sensors and other inputs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branden View Post
    but are the others for say egt sensors and other inputs?
    Yes but I wish there was specific documentation as utilizing them would be nice. When I asked Vtech, they said it was for future use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanfish View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Branden View Post
    but are the others for say egt sensors and other inputs?
    Yes but I wish there was specific documentation as utilizing them would be nice. When I asked Vtech, they said it was for future use.

    well thats an awesome explanation there lol

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