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View the latest post Attachment(s) Help with X-Sim Promotion needed

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Thanks to all the graphic work, I can now continue with my work :mrgreen:
Others are also welcome to send their work now.

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I am currently searching for good pictures of ready simulators without background or with white background for promotion of our communit [...]

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View the latest post X-Sim released and ready for download

Many thanks goes to the member jamesdio who has helped very much with the iPhone wifi implementation!
Watch his movie for the iPhone setups. Try to use different OBD2 software out of your market and tell us th [...]

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View the latest post X-Sim now ready for download


See this full HD video in fullscreen!
This is a new feature of X-Sim 3. It will add a OBD II interface to your simulator and you can connect with diagnostic software to it.
At the moment there is only speed, R [...]

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  • Did you know?
  • If you fight against disconnects and comport problems with USB adapters you should search for electrical ground problems. You must seperate your motor ground from the simulator frame and from the computer. The power lines must be totally seperated. It is also recommended to completely seperate all input devices and their ground connection from the frame. A ground connection of the motor to the PC will cause big electrical influences to the computer ground.

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