Aim Solo – Best Value Track Day Lap Timer Ever!

We think the Aim Solo is the Best Value Track Day Lap Timer Ever! for car and motorcycle because you get a World Class purpose built completely automatic racing lap timer which locates its GPS position, identifies the finish line coordinates and starts completely...

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Lights on Mychron 5 Violate USAC Rules – No Worries!

Mychron 5 has it covered! USAC rules prohibit lights from the cars so Aim have built in the facility to turn off the lights whilst racing. You can go into the Menu to System Settings  - LED Setup to turn all LED's off. This way you won't need to manually cover the...

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Aim Solo 2 to be launched very soon!

New Product Launch! - Aim Solo 2 Aim Solo 2 to be launched very soon. We are not sure what date they will be available but as soon as we have the release date we will send out the information via our newletter.

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Mychron 5 battery voltage showing low…

Mychron 5 battery voltage showing low... There are 2 possible reasons for this Reason 1 You have the older version of firmware, this means the battery is charged, but it is saying its not, simply connect the Mychron 5 through WIFI to your laptop, and press the cloud...

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Mychron 5 – The New Kart Racing Datalogger

Mychron 5 is here! and only £342 with a sensor of your choice. The technicians at Aim have  worked for many years for making GPS technology useful and reliable in the motorsport environment. They have reached such a good level that we decided to integrate GPS module...

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The Aim Solo GPS Laptimer

Take a Closer Look At The Aim Solo GPS laptimer Solo is a completely automatic lap timer based on GPS technology. It locates its GPS position, identifies the finish line coordinates and starts, completely automatically, sampling lap times. Solo can fit all situations:...

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Aim MXL

Aim MXL The MXL.is the modular data acquisition system for your car to sample, show and record the most important data you need to monitor your car performance....

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Race Studio Analysis – Latest Version

One of the features of the analysis software that comes with AIM systems is that it is freely available on the net (see our Downloads page). This means that you can update your software whenever a new version is available and, unlike some systems, the process is free...

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Hints and Tips – The Space Bar

There are a few little-known features in Race Studio Analysis that are really worth knowing about. Probably the most useful and easiest to remember is the use of the spacebar. The normal layout is to have the so-called Measures Toolbar showing on the left of the...

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Hints and Tips – Carry a Spare Program

Hints and Tips – Carry a Spare Program It can be a real pain if you are at an event and you laptop goes down. One way round this is to borrow one from someone else, but whatever you borrow is unlikely to have the Race Studio Suite loaded on to it. A good way round...

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Learning from XY Plots

If you have never bothered much with the XY Plot feature in Race Studio Analysis, you should give it a go. It can present data in a way that you had probably not thought of before. An XY Plot, shows one variable plotted against another. For example, you can plot speed...

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Using Profiles in Race Studio

Version 2.30 of the Race Studio Analysis software makes creating your own user profiles much easier than it was before, and because it’s easier, it is more likely to be useful. A profile is simply a set of graphs and statistics that you use frequently and can save for...

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Lap Beacons and GPS

It’s a beginner’s mistake that I thought that I had grown out of years ago. When we got back to base and unloaded the van, the beacon was not in its usual place. It was where we left it. On the pit wall. Fortunately it was our local track and a thirty mile round trip...

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MyTach Tested on Karts

The Mytach GPS Watch is making a big splash in the motor racing world and is being picked up by karters already! Karting1 have given it test run already and have used it to produce some very impressive reults showing track mapping, speed and g traces and some nice...

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Datalogging for Karts – Seminar at PFI, 7th Feb 2009

Okay, it’s a fair cop. When I started this blog I intended to update it whenever something interesting came along. But then, somehow too many things came along and the blog sort of took second place. So now it’s time for a New Years Resolution and so I’m going to try...

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Sharing Data

Had you ever thought about sharing your data with your competitors? If your immediate reaction is “No chance!” think about it for a moment because there are circumstances where it can pay dividends. If there are two cars in a team, the team can learn twice as quickly....

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Maths Channels

Maths Channels Sooner or later, you are going to want to use a maths channel in your data logging, so now is as good a time as any to learn how to do it. You can use a maths channel to record what gearing your were using on a particular day and show it either as a...

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Using the mph /1000rpm channel

In the last post, I showed you how to create a maths channel. The one that I chose was mph per 1000rpm. Now it’s worth looking at what that channel can show you. The first screenshot shows a nice controlled car with no identifiable problems. The trace highlighted in...

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