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Alpha Air Fuel Ratio Meter, Black

This air fuel ratio meter from Alpha allows accurate monitoring of the fuelling characteristics of your engine whilst driving on the road or track. Featuring a 14 LED display to instantly show the lambda reading. Red LED’s indicate an overly rich or lean fuel condition. Supplied with the following parts – Display unit with 14 LEDs  Heated

AIM Motorsport SmartyCam HD Windscreen Suction Mount – Suits SmartyCam GP HD (Bullet Camera)

The AIM Windscreen Suction Mount has been designed to securely mount the AIM Motorsport SmartyCam HD or SmartyCam GP HD camera to your windscreen / window or any other flat surface. Please note: the bracket for the SmartyCam GP HD is ONLY for mounting the remote bullet

AIM Motorsport SmartyCam HD V-Type Roll Bar Bracket – Suits SmartyCam GP HD (Bullet Camera)

The SmartyCam V-Type Roll Bar Bracket has been designed to securely mount the AIM SmartyCam HD or SmartyCam GP HD camera. The V Bracket adjusts using a ball and socket type system for optimum positioning and simply clamps to roll bars of a wide range of diameters. Please note: the bracket for the SmartyCam GP HD is ONLY for mounting the remote bullet

AIM Motorsport SmartyCam HD / GP HD Extension Lead (CAN Harness) – 4 Meter Length

AIM CAN harness to connect an AIM SmartyCam HD or SmartyCam HD GP to an AIM Dash, Logger or Data Hub. 712 5-Pin male (dash, logger or data hub/CAN expansion) connects to a 712 7-Pin male (SmartyCam HD) and is available in 2 or 4 meter

AEM Electronics X Series Wideband UEGO Air/Fuel Sensor Controller Gauge, White

The AEM X-Series Wideband UEGO Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Controller Gauges have patent pending X-digital technology that makes them the fastest responding wideband air/fuel ratio controller in independent testing against 17 other wideband UEGO controllers. The X Series Wideband UEGO AFR Sensor measure 52mm in diameter and has a slim depth less than one inch

AEM Electronics X Series 35PSI Digital Boost Display Gauge, Black

The AEM X series digital boost display gauge combines incredible looks increased readability and new easy to use features. This gauge is perfect for users who want highly accurate boost pressure readouts up to 35 PSI. The gauge has a 87% larger LED display than AEM’s original digital gauges which provides better readability and a sweeping green LED

AEM Electronics Digital Wideband UEGO Gauge with Bosch LSU 4.9, Black

The AEM Electronics world famous wideband O2 air/fuel ratio UEGO gauge features a digital LED display and a sweeping LED needle that changes colour as the air/fuel ratio goes from rich to lean, the gauge has a 52mm housing which ensures that it can fit in to most gauge pods and can be mounted virtually anywhere in the vehicle. The gauge features a 0-5v

AEM Electronics Digital Oil Temperature Gauge 100-300 F, Black,White

The AEM digital oil temperature gauge has unsurpassed accuracy, speed and control with an easy to read digital LED interface with a sweeping LED needle that lines the edge of the gauge and moves as the oil temperature increases or decreases. The oil gauges digital readout automatically increases or decreases in intensity due to a built in light sensor. The

AEM Electronics Digital Oil Pressure Gauge 0-150 PSI, Black,White

The AEM digital oil pressure gauge has unsurpassed accuracy, speed and control with an easy to read digital LED interface that displays oil pressure in 1 PSI increments with a sweeping LED needle that lines the edge of the gauge and moves as the oil pressure increases or decreases. The oil gauges digital readout automatically increases or decreases in

AEM Electronics Digital Boost Gauge -30 – 35 psi, Black

The AEM Digital boost display gauge combines unsurpassed accuracy, speed and control with an easy to read digital LED interface that displays boost in 1 PSI increments, and a sweeping LED “needle” that lines the edge and moves as boost from -30 to 35 psi. The boost gauge’s digital readout automatically increases and decreases in intensity

AEM Electronics Analogue E85 Wideband UEGO Gauge, Black,White

The AEM analog style wideband E85 air/fuel ratio UEGO gauge has a high speed electric stepper motor that provides lightning fast needle movement and a full 320 degrees of viewing resolution to detect even a .5 degree of change in the air/fuel ratio. The gauge is within a 52mm housing to ensure it will fit in to most gauge pods and can be mounted anywhere

Subaru CNC Battery Tie-Down

Liven up the engine bay of your Subaru with the Mishimoto Subaru CNC Battery Tie-Down. This CNC battery tie-down will fit most battery sizes for your Subaru and are available in black, blue, silver, red, pink, or gold to compliment your engine bay! Each precision battery tie down is constructed from 6061 billet aluminium with a durable anodized finish. Each

The Knowledge

THE KNOWLEDGE

Electronics

Car Electronics and why they are so important?

In any branch of motorsport or performance car driving, two of the things drivers most want from their vehicles are reliability and consistency. When you're pushing hard, you need to be as confident in your car as you are in your own driving ability. In recent years, many parts that were once driven mechanically have been replaced by high-precision electronic components. These are generally lighter, more reliable and more accurate than their older equivalents. They can help you to keep your car running at its full potential, warn you of possible failures before they happen and give you feedback while you're out on the track. With some of the latest components, you can control things such as pumps, fans and fuel mixture controls from the steering wheel. Not having to remove your hands from the wheel means no loss of concentration, and that can be the difference between success and failure in motorsport.

Types of motorsport electronics

In modern competition, no car is likely to run successfully unless it has high-quality electronics on board. Some of them provide feedback, ranging from basic facts such as oil pressure and fuel levels, through details of your car's battery condition, to more complex information such as turbo boost levels or even programmable computers that will compare your desired parameters with those currently in effect and change engine or transmission settings accordingly. Another class of motorsport electronics provides control, such as CTEK battery chargers which help to prevent your vehicle's battery from deteriorating when stored off-road for long periods - perfect for a car that's raced in the summer but kept in storage in the winter months. At the high end of the scale, fully-featured ECUs (Engine Control Units) allow you to tweak multiple settings to produce substantial increases in performance.

How can using these components help me?

Whether you're an occasional track-day driver or a committed racer looking to make your hobby into a full-time career, it's important that you get the full potential out of your car on each and every occasion. Think about the awkwardness of hunting for individual switches in the cockpit, then compare that with the ease of having them all neatly provided in a single switch panel. Starter motors are often put under great pressure, especially when racing in series with standing starts, so replacing a standard unit with a lightweight, high-quality starter motor can be worth its weight in gold. So can choosing the right gauges: although digital gauges are highly configurable, many drivers find a traditional analogue gauge easier to read at a glance. Many are available in both black-on-white and white-on-black versions; deciding can come down simply to personal preference.It's important that you don't overlook smaller electronic components, either. While the big-ticket items like starters and data-logging computers inevitably grab the attention, a competitive car is a complete package. That means that if you want to fit an on-board dash camera, it's important to make sure that the mount and bracket are the right shape and will not come loose in the thick of the action. Similarly, gauges will not work properly if they are not securely wired. Don't be tempted to skimp on these little things, as the most high-end motorsport electronics in the world will be useless if you can't rely on them to work exactly when and how you want them to. A perfect example of this is fitting the right warning lights. A prompt warning from a lamp costing a couple of pounds can save you hundreds or even thousands down the line.