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AiM Sports MXL2 Dash and Data Logger

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AiM Sports MXL2 Dash and Data Logger


The AiM MXL2 Dash Data Logger offers an attractive and easy to use interface perfect for amateur and pro racers alike. By acquiring and displaying data from your ECU, the MXL2 internal accelerometer & gyro, and the included GPS Module, rich and useful information is at your fingertips! The high contrast LCD screen features a white or red backlight that can be changed conditionally and maintains optimum brightness using an ambient light sensor. The high-contrast display can be customized with up to eight different pages and many page styles featuring anything from vehicle data to a live track map. The compact  MXL2 features six different alarm LEDs that can be custom programmed to your specific conditions, plus an integrated 10-LED shift light with customizable color LEDs. 

Finally, like many AiM systems, the MXL2 is endlessly expandable using the built-in CAN bus. Easily integrate accessories such as a SmartyCam camera system or Lambda controller. Configuration is easy through the included Race Studio 3 software from AiM, and the MXL2 can easily be accessed through the integrated WiFi connection.

• MXL2
• 37-pin standard harness
• GPS05 Module
• USB Cable
• Software CD w/ Race Studio 3


ECU Connection: Capable of acquiring data directly from the vehicle's ECU.

Analog & Digital Inputs: Eight analog inputs record up to 1000x per second each. 6 Digital inputs are also included.

GPS Module: AiM's powerful GPS05 module is included in the kit for accurate lap-time and track position data

Secondary CAN Line: CAN2 line manages data from additional modules, such as ABS, traction-control, etc.

Internal Accelerometer & Gyro: Internal three-axis accelerometer and gyroscope for crucial vehicle motion data.

Math Channels: Configure the dash to immediately display Math Channel values, such as brake bias or a calculated gear.