We have 4 versions of Digital Dash currently

A-- The Quickest and easiest Digital Dash is TunerStudioMS... And is described Below

B-- Second is a PowerTune IMG that is just copied onto a SDcard -- and will boot up PowerTune on a raspberry Pi 3 ... Link here

C-- Third is a Custom Digital Gauge cluster... Link HERE ... And here is the GitHub link for Code

D— Fourth is Android tablet or phone running the Real Dash App

How to set up a Raspberry Pi with TunerStudio as a Digital Dash

Click the image to watch a video of a Raspberry Pi rusEFI connected display. Early "proof of concept"

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Hardware Needed

Component Link
Raspberry Pi (3 b+ or 4) Raspberry Pi
Display of your choice 7" Display
Controls Keyboard and Mouse
12+ Power Module 12v-5v

Setup

  1. Download TunerStudio - you want the tar.gz file

  2. Extract to your home directory

    a. Default home directory is "pi", open terminal and type: "ls /home/pi/TunerStudioMS" (if your home directory isnt "pi" change to match your home directory)

    b. Ensure that "TunerStudio.sh" shows up in the results. If it is not, re-install

Note: you MAY need to install JAVA... if so, type

sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre

To set default Java runtime

sudo update-alternatives --config java

  1. Create link to start TunerStudio:

    a. Open termnial and type: "ln -s /home/pi/TunerStudioMS/TunerStudio.sh /usr/local/bin"

    b. Once complete in terminal type: type: "bash /usr/local/bin/TunerStudio.sh"

    i. TunerStudio will open. Enter your registration information now.
    
    ii. Load your tune and dash
    
    iii. Go to options - preferences - select "load last project on startup" **paid TunerStudio function
    
    iv. Go to options - preferences - select "make dashboard fullscreen" **paid TunerStudio function
    
    v. Save tune. Close TunerStudio
    

Here is a site with free dashboards to spice up your look

Here is a site on how to make your own custom dashboards