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Old 12-27-2010, 01:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Wow, I just noticed you had a Fiero. :D

I do as well. An '86 SE V6.

I wonder if we ever ran into each other at Coast runs, or Fiero club meets? - The internet is surely a small place

Did you do any cool Arduino (not just limited to MPGuino) projects over the holidays?

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Old 04-20-2011, 11:52 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I uploaded this code to my new arduino that i bought off ebay. Then plugged the chip into my mpguino, and voila! Sweet new UI for an already awesome gauge. Not to mention some sweet additional features.
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Old 04-08-2013, 02:09 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Hi!

Is there any update? Maybe a metric version?

Thanks!

(I've tried to understand the code, and put back the metric things, but is't mission imposible for me (( )
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Volkov, first of all welcome to the forum.
If you want to use MPGuino you can use official v0.86 version (sometimes there's a bug in the metric readings), or you can use metric "canadian" version (I'm using it for Berta right now with some custom mods to the code).
So you have at least two options that don't require any mods to the code.

If you have any questions regarding MPGuino installation or code you'll surely find help here.

What kind of car are you driving? Register it into your Garage with a fuel log.

P.S. I was in Budapest three weeks ago My company headquarter is located there.
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Volkov, first of all welcome to the forum.
If you want to use MPGuino you can use official v0.86 version (sometimes there's a bug in the metric readings), or you can use metric "canadian" version (I'm using it for Berta right now with some custom mods to the code).
So you have at least two options that don't require any mods to the code.

If you have any questions regarding MPGuino installation or code you'll surely find help here.

What kind of car are you driving?

P.S. I was in Budapest three weeks ago My company headquarter is located there.
Thanks!
I've been a member for a while, but this was my first post

I have an 1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo S2. (1.6 CVH turbo)

What is the latest "canadian" version? 0.82?

I've tried the "official" 0.86, but it's a little strange and hard to read at metric readouts.
I wanted to change the screens: remove the first zeros, add a remaining km, etc.

I looked for the forum for mods, and find this topic by Falcon, and I like his version
(but it's a little old and no metric version in it )


P.S.: this was the ugliest winter(spring?!) ever, I cant remember any March with snow in Hungary... But I hope you had a good time
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Thanks!
I've been a member for a while, but this was my first post

I have an 1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo S2. (1.6 CVH turbo)

What is the latest "canadian" version? 0.82?

I've tried the "official" 0.86, but it's a little strange and hard to read at metric readouts.
I wanted to change the screens: remove the first zeros, add a remaining km, etc.

I looked for the forum for mods, and find this topic by Falcon, and I like his version
(but it's a little old and no metric version in it )


P.S.: this was the ugliest winter(spring?!) ever, I cant remember any March with snow in Hungary... But I hope you had a good time
Nice ride!

Yes you're right last "canadian" version is 0.82 but I'm using 0.81 right now with few mods. As soon as I'll finish all mods I want to publish my code here.

It was sunny and warm when I was in BP... But all the way from Poland it was like middle of January with lots of snow
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