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The GOODbox

As detailed in this thread: https://www.rx8club.com/series-i-tech-garage-22/my-invention-best-boost-can-gauge-ever-oem-red-lcd-display-195323/#post3520268
Manual: http://kapsenlogic.com/up/goodbox.pdf
Please send payment of $220 to [email protected] via paypal.
Convenient paypal link
This will get you the GOODbox, the wiring harness, 8 T-tap connectors, 8 spade-style connectors and 2 pairs of bullet-style connectors. Shipping is included.

There are a total of 47 for sale, first come first serve

Thanks guys for all your support and feedback during the development period!

Edit: For international orders, please include $20 shipping.
Edit: This for the Series 1 RX8, upto and including 2008 model year. It *might* work on a 2009 but I do not have one to test with, so I can't be sure.
Edit: The GOODbox is not compatible with aftermarket headunits like the metra or corksport kit.

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Old 07-09-2010, 06:34 PM
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oops gottta wait a couple days for the new cc.
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You just got paid Pieter. Thanks!
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So after all of these sell is that it???
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Originally Posted by WTBRotary! View Post
So after all of these sell is that it???
If they sell out, I can always have more made. But there will be a 3 week turn around time. Alternatively I might just release the schematics and firmware, and let people go nuts
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If they sell out, I can always have more made. But there will be a 3 week turn around time. Alternatively I might just release the schematics and firmware, and let people go nuts

Whew, okay thats good, lol... you scared me at first, im not gonna have enough $$$ at first to buy it... thanks man and great product
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Payment and PM sent!

I've been waiting for this.
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hmmm may pay you very shortly, have to check money first
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+1 for me.

Very ingenious.
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Geesh, can you program one to work with a Prosport oil pressure gauge and oil temp gauge? Instructions look very difficult but it's awesome you have the two analog inputs.

Please let me know if you sell out, I want one but I have some stuff to buy first
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wow man after all that work 220 is to cheap don't get me wrong!!!!!
but this thing is great compared to rb gauges
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wow man after all that work 220 is to cheap don't get me wrong!!!!!
but this thing is great compared to rb gauges
Feel free to pay me more
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hahahahaha thanks i hope not one tells you that is to much!!!!
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tempted.. but unsure if it'll work with my corksport dash kit. all the factory harnesses are still there..... hmmmm
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I can't remember if this was addressed in the other thread or not, but will this work for the Mazda 3 as-is?
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I can't remember if this was addressed in the other thread or not, but will this work for the Mazda 3 as-is?
No, this only work for the 2003-2008 RX8
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Originally Posted by pieter3d View Post
Alternatively I might just release the schematics and firmware, and let people go nuts
That would be awesome!
Or allow people to buy a kit with all the components and PCB to solder themselves.
This would take away the SMT manufacturing processes.
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perhaps you have answered this, does it do mpg display?
If not can i use a flow sensor to feed the 0-5v analog input
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Originally Posted by fulhamc View Post
perhaps you have answered this, does it do mpg display?
If not can i use a flow sensor to feed the 0-5v analog input
It does not. I've tried calculating it from the MAF, air/fuel and speed, but it is wildly inaccurate that way. I don't think we want to look at the mpg anyway haha.
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Man I wish I could get my oil temp and oil pressure gauge to work with this. I read the directions and it might as well be in Greek as far as the aux inputs are concerned
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Originally Posted by 9krpmrx8 View Post
Man I wish I could get my oil temp and oil pressure gauge to work with this. I read the directions and it might as well be in Greek as far as the aux inputs are concerned
It really isn't too bad. You just have to know how the voltage from the sensor maps to the temp/pressure. So if you have 2.3Volts from the oil pressure sensor, what is the pressure that that represents? You would use the gauge you have now to determine this.
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Hmmmm, If I give the manufacture of the sending units/gauges can you figure it out and sell as a package? To have all the data currently and oil pressure and oil temp would be perfect.
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