PeteInCT said:I don't use Harry's lap timer but I don't believe it integrates any data directly from the car. I could be wrong. I use a TraqMate HD system which has a separate data acquisition module it works very well but I obviously is not an inexpensive solution.
TMSBOSS said:Reviving for updates.
With the new IPhone 5s on the market and nearly 2 years since the last info on lap timers.
I was hoping to get opinions on what folks have used and like as well as used and disliked.
I want something that is economical, fairly easy to us, integrates data from the car, RPM, speed, gear etc.
Mounts, hardware and software.
Suggestions, lessons learned??
I am leaning towards Harrys Lap Timer.
Moto said:I have a lot of experience with Harrys laptimer on the iphone 5. It is nice as it now exports a .vbo file to import into "circuit tools 2" software for post driving analysis.
The only issue I had was the OBD wifi device stopped working correctly when iPhone went to Ios 7. I wanted to change it anyway as I wanted to use the wifi to control my gopro.
Then you would use a Bluetooth obd plug and a Bluetooth GPS receiver as they both are connected at the same time properly. I use BT1 Gopoint Obd transmitter and the Dual xgps150 (5hz) or xgps160 (10 hz).
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TMSBOSS said:+1 I've been using Harry's with Gopoint BT1 OBD and first Dual xpgs150, now xpgs160. Works well and overlays Throttle position, Gear, and RPM on video. Data files log other info e.g. Coolant Temp.
Thanks for the help guys.
What mount works best with the iPhone?
Black Boss said:http://www.amazon.com/RAM-Mounting-Systems-RAM-B-166U-Twist-Lock/dp/B002IV6OHC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1396608125&sr=8-2&keywords=Ram-Mount+-+RAM-B-166
Black Boss said:+1 I've been using Harry's with Gopoint BT1 OBD and first Dual xpgs150, now xpgs160. Works well and overlays Throttle position, Gear, and RPM on video. Data files log other info e.g. Coolant Temp.
Bob said:I used TrackMaster for Andoid for a while, but it's buggy as sh1t. It would occasionally lose my recorded sessions, which is a dealbreaker.
Now I use RaceChrono with a QStarz 818XT and this $25 ODB port reader: Linkhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/r.html?R=167MZ7Q1YVJU3&C=3T5MUR8F9569O&H=6TMZ2ALXDIVVAKBETER28LUPLFQA&T=C&U=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2Fdp%2FB005NLQAHS%2Fref%3Dpe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
I stitch 'em together with RaceRender at home after a race weekend.
Seems to work okay.