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    Hi. My first post here. Currently installing a Terminator EFI, which has been upgraded to an HP ECU, since I needed some more I/O channels. The Terminator will sit on top of my Z06 LS7 equipped with a GM single-plane manifold. Looks really cool and also a bit old-school, which fits the style of my '69 Camaro. I also got myself a Digital Dash and wonder if there is anyone here who has created their own gauge clusters (screens)? I made some myself, but found it a bit difficult to line things up perfectly. It takes several attempts to put an object exactly where it belongs. Also, I miss being able to change color on the needles. Red is what you get, so my plan to make red gauges kind of fall on its face. Submitting a picture of one of my attempts. It is not 100% finished yet.
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    Who needs needles? LOL.


    Just kidding. That's just one of my screens. I have these too:



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    You can plug a USB mouse & keyboard into the Digital Dash to make it easier to setup the gauges.

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    I think the stylus worked best; I liked using a fine point. TxFireman, I like your gauge screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    I think the stylus worked best; I like using a fine point. TxFireman, I like your gauge screen.
    Thanks, and I prefer the stylus too. I keep one in my cup holder. LOL!

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