Pioneer Vehicle Dynamics Processor for Intergration with AVH-P5750DVD

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    This would be cool as it shows engine power, battery, boost, g force, ....... the list just keeps going

    This 6½" touch-screen DVD player allows on-screen graphic control of the
    new Pioneer iPod® adaptor, and is the dedicated screen for the exciting Vehicle
    Dynamics Processor that puts a full array of vehicle status information right there
    on your Pioneer screen. And it's even easy to install as it features all of its​
    circuitry in a single chassis.

    An exceptional product that puts real-time vehicle status
    information right there on your Pioneer AVH-P5750DVD screen.
    This hideaway unit collects operating parameters from the vehicle and satellite​
    positioning data to provide valuable information on your vehicle.

    Some pics I found on the net...

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    Sweet! Anyone selling these in OZ yet? Any idea on price?

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    They have been out for probably over a year maybe, autobarn used to have them. They might be an old model by now not sure. It would be cheaper to get both at once, from memory over $1000, maybe 1500.... never buy at full price as they always come down. They should pop up on ebay every now and then.
     
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    The AVH-P5750DVD is an old model so the AVH-P4950DVD looks like the new model RRP$1,399 and the AVG-VDP1 which was released in 2005 RRP$849

    There there is one on ebay for $850 Item number: 330175404625.
     
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    How do all the sensor plug up to it ?
     
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    That to me suggests that all sensors are in the main unit, results then shown on your DVD screen....
     
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    Do you think that you could plug that box into another pioneer screen and get the info? more importantly the AVH-P6850DVD Screen?
     
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    Jarred the Pioneer Vehicle Dynamics Processor AVG-VDP1 is what you want.

    Personally I'm after Pioneer's new flagship, the AVIC-HD3 - that system is gorgeous and contains a VDP built in!! :D
     
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    Nice if it had a Boost Gauge too...:p

    It doesn't have a boost gauge, if you were curious....

    Here's the list !

    Altitude (above sea level)
    Angular Velocity (turn rate)
    Clock & Compass
    Forward and Backward G-Force (acceleration and braking)
    GPS Locator
    Horsepower (estimate)
    Lateral G-Force (cornering)
    Latitude/Longitude
    RPM (Tachometer)
    Slope (incline)
    Speed
    Torque (estimate)
    Voltage
     
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    So if you get that it just plugs into any screen and displays all the information?
     
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    No only post 2000 Screens from Pioneer.

    It uses a special input plug that pioneer uses so you can control it via the touch screen etc

    Models supported.

    The AVG-VDP1 is compatible with AVH-P7800DVD, AVH-P7850DVD, AVH-P6800DVD, AVH-P6850DVD, AVH-P5700DVD and AVH-P5750DVD models only
     
  12. Connor

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    No one's commented on the 637km/h yet, so consider this the first comment on that fact :)

    And at only 1,039rpm, imagine the top speed on that baby! :D
     
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    LOL Connor that's why it says 'sensor learning' - its probably running through a self configuration program which will show all kinds of weird numbers. I'm willing to bet the car was actually stationary when that photo was taken ;)
     

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