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Apps Porsche 919 Hybrid (2016) dash for SimHub 1.0

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Porsche 919 Hybrid (2016) dash for SimHub - Clone of the Porsche 919 Hybrid (2016) in-game steering wheel screen for SimHub

Another one of my nextion screens re-done in dash studio. Everthing works.

Regarding the traction control, there's 3 numbers on the screen, but simhub can only get the overall TC level (not even sure if front/rear is modeled in game). So what I did is take the overall number, divide by 2 and round up to the nearest whole number and use that for the TC F. The TC R is the overall TC minus the TC F. Hope that makes sense. Just wanted to have it so all the numbers changed.

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This looks very nice...Very clean and professional. Unfortunately, I don't have the ability to run SimHub just yet. :( Still, I wanted to point out that as far as I know, mi/h is not common. Personally, I can't think of ever seeing it used that way. MPH or mph would be the better way to describe miles per hour. Again, great job with the dashboards. :thumbsup:
 
This looks very nice...Very clean and professional. Unfortunately, I don't have the ability to run SimHub just yet. :( Still, I wanted to point out that as far as I know, mi/h is not common. Personally, I can't think of ever seeing it used that way. MPH or mph would be the better way to describe miles per hour. Again, great job with the dashboards. :thumbsup:

used mi/h as the in-game screen has km/h rather than kph so wanted to keep it in a similar format. The unit will change based on your 'local speed units' setting in simhub.
 
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