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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby Adsupnorth » Wed Mar 12, 2014 6:49 pm

Did you install the steering wheel yourself? I receive my new used MY10 GT next week and I'd love to put that wheel on it. Curious about process/costs??

Great car by the way, love what you've done with it.
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby satogixxer » Thu Mar 13, 2014 8:46 am

Thanks for the comments, and congrats on your purchase!

Nah Garage 88 installed mine, I think it was ~$650.

If you wanted to install it yourself I don't think it would be too hard. Should be similar process to this one (not DAMD but you get the idea): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AULFWUq-V4
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Re: satogixxer's GT MY10 now with track day modded brakes!

Postby Manaz » Sat May 03, 2014 9:13 am

satogixxer wrote:


What do you use to get the track position, rpm and speed overlays on the video? They're great!
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Re: satogixxer's GT MY10 now with track day modded brakes!

Postby satogixxer » Sat May 03, 2014 3:19 pm

Manaz wrote:
satogixxer wrote:


What do you use to get the track position, rpm and speed overlays on the video? They're great!

Here's what you need to make your own awesome videos like that. 8)

  • GoPro camera(s) or equivalent
  • Android mobile phone or tablet
  • Bluetooth OBD adaptor (I use an OBDLink MX Bluetooth adaptor)
  • RaceChrono for Android (with OBD device reader enabled - has trial period after which in app purchase required)
  • RaceRender 3 software (I paid - it's cheap / great value in my opinion)
With RaceChrono you can export your recorded telemetry to CSV, which can be read by RaceRender and then overlaid on the video footage. RaceRender is very good software with lots of options. It can be a bit tricky to synchronise your telemetry with the video footage, but RaceRender has inbuilt tools to do that which work well.

I recommend using your OBD (ECU) speed rather than the GPS speed, as the GPS speed lags a bit as seen in the video above.

I'm thinking of buying another GoPro camera for the Wakefield track day this year, so I can get some split-screen or picture-in-picture video footage with telemetry overlaid (or if someone can loan me a GoPro that would be sweet :wink: )
[Liberty GT MY10 6MT]: STI bits | STI Brembo's + Dixcel | DAMD D-shape | Cusco coilovers & sways | HKS LA clutch | BLITZ pod | Plazmaman FMIC | Deshele built EJ25 | Emtron ECU | BorgWarner EFR 7670 | 350kw atw
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Re: satogixxer's GT MY10 now with track day modded brakes!

Postby senator » Sat May 03, 2014 3:31 pm

Michael, I've got a spare go pro, you just need to supply a mount of some sort.
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Re: satogixxer's GT MY10 now with track day modded brakes!

Postby satogixxer » Sat May 03, 2014 3:54 pm

senator wrote:Michael, I've got a spare go pro, you just need to supply a mount of some sort.

Great, thanks!
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Re: satogixxer's GT MY10 now with track day modded brakes!

Postby lump_a_charcoal » Sat May 03, 2014 5:23 pm

satogixxer wrote:
Manaz wrote:
satogixxer wrote:


What do you use to get the track position, rpm and speed overlays on the video? They're great!

Here's what you need to make your own awesome videos like that. 8)

  • GoPro camera(s) or equivalent
  • Android mobile phone or tablet
  • Bluetooth OBD adaptor (I use an OBDLink MX Bluetooth adaptor)
  • RaceChrono for Android (with OBD device reader enabled - has trial period after which in app purchase required)
  • RaceRender 3 software (I paid - it's cheap / great value in my opinion)
With RaceChrono you can export your recorded telemetry to CSV, which can be read by RaceRender and then overlaid on the video footage. RaceRender is very good software with lots of options. It can be a bit tricky to synchronise your telemetry with the video footage, but RaceRender has inbuilt tools to do that which work well.

I recommend using your OBD (ECU) speed rather than the GPS speed, as the GPS speed lags a bit as seen in the video above.

I'm thinking of buying another GoPro camera for the Wakefield track day this year, so I can get some split-screen or picture-in-picture video footage with telemetry overlaid (or if someone can loan me a GoPro that would be sweet :wink: )



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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby satogixxer » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:04 pm

Here's some more videos like the above from a track day I did at SMP GP Circuit on Thursday. :D

I did a few 2:01 laps which seemed about the best I could manage.
Top speed 204kph (actual).

I thought I would get some sub 2min laps as that was what I used to do on my motorbike consistently IIRC, but I guess not in the car. There was a bit of traffic at times so hard to get in a clear lap, plus I need to work on my lines/apexes which could be better. :?

Brakes are great now for track days! (no melting problems yay) No other new updates to the car unfortunately though, other than having a SARD low temp thermostat installed which may have helped at the track a bit.

I think I would like more power though. :wink:


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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby SYM » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:13 pm

Nice work Michael - looks like mega fun!

Love the video work with the data overlays too :D
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby ynot87 » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:19 pm

nice vid dude, looks like awesome fun!
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby satogixxer » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:40 pm

SYM wrote:Nice work Michael - looks like mega fun!

Love the video work with the data overlays too :D

Thanks Simon - was a great day!

Forgot to mention I also bumped into Michael & Eric and crew from Garage 88 while I was there (walking down the pit in front of me as I parked in a garage haha). They were there testing the shops BRZ86 in the morning, that thing sure looks like a weapon!
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new brakes + more

Postby Jack_Keaka » Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:20 pm

nice work Michael. always wanted to have a good track day at Eastern Creek.
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new profile video

Postby satogixxer » Sat Jun 14, 2014 4:43 pm

Thanks to Simon (SYM) for making an awesome profile video, dedicated to both my rides! :D


Many thanks to everyone that helped contribute content for the video. Great photos by Jack, Simon, and others as per usual, not to mention various GoPro's - hope you enjoy! :wink:
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new profile video

Postby SYM » Sat Jun 14, 2014 4:58 pm

It was good we had plenty of material to work with! :mrgreen:
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Re: Member Profile - satogixxer's GT MY10 *new profile video

Postby Gen5is » Sat Jun 14, 2014 5:09 pm

Haha awesome profile vid!

Minor suggestions to Simon;
For panning, maybe jump on a skate board and crouch or sit on it and roll along the cars. Also might wanna aim a little higher, the shot seemed a bit too low.

Also if you've got a zoom camera you should shoot from afar and zoom in that way you dont get any reflections of yourself or anyone in the shot.
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