Does the rev counter and 7 segment display on your Sim Wheel not quite cut it? For some games such as F1 2018, it’s absolutely critical to be able to see other vital statistics such as ERS charge, Engine Mode, etc.

In this video I show you how you can set up a realistic looking and highly functional digital gauge system using free software (Sim Hub) and an old Smartphone or Tablet.

The game I used as an example is F1 2018, but the same basic process applies to many popular sim racing games such as Assetto Corsa, Project Cars 2, iRacing, rFactor, Dirt 4, etc.

 

Grab the 3D Project file for the phone mount I used here:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2388429

Download Simhub here:
https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/simhub-diy-sim-racing-dash.10252/

Download the F1 2018 Dash Plugin here:
https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/f1-2018-simhub-beta-01.22874/

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Gear used in my rig:
FANATEC CLUBSPORT WHEEL BASE V2.5:

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FANATEC CLUBSPORT BMW M3 GT2 RACING WHEEL:
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