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December '18

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90 THE SHOP DECEMBER 2018 SlideBar Radios Custom Autosound Mfg., Fullerton, California, presents its SlideBar Radios. Designed for an original appearance and direct OE-fitment, the radios are available for: 1964-'73 Ford Mustang, 1968-'76 Chevrolet Corvette, 1967- '72 GMC/Chevy truck, 1967-'73 Mercury Cougar, 1964-'66 Ford Falcon, 1962-'65 Chevy Nova and 1955/'56 and '57 Chevy Bel Air applications. The radios appear analog until a slide of the SlideBar reveals the digital display. The 300-watt systems include AM/FM RDS tuner with 25 presets, USB Flash drive player, subwoofer line out and more. Live Telemetry & Online Data Logger Race Technology, Richmond, Virginia, presents the RT LIVE PRO system that logs data directly to the internet and transmits live telemetry to a PC, tablet or phone. A built-in GPS receiver enables standalone use with additional CAN and sensor inputs, and features include: stackable aluminum cases for integrating into SPEEDBOX and CATS systems; ability to send summary live data over 3G internet or at maximum possible rates; user-changeable SIM card or Race Technology-supplied; logged data files organized on cloud server; and more. Polaris Audio Adapter Cables Rockford Fosgate, Tempe, Arizona, presents its new Ride Command Audio Cable (RFPOL-RC34) designed to connect Rockford Fosgate amplifiers with a factory Polaris Ride Command source unit. The two-part harness taps both front/rear signal and subwoofer signal from the Ride Command unit and delivers them via an Element Ready plug to mono-block and 4-channel amplifiers in either the Punch PBR or Power TM product lines. DashDesign Software Update AEM, Hawthorne, California, offers its updated DashDesign Software (1.04.10) that further enhances the functionality of CD-5 and CD-7 Carbon dashes to ensure that they deliver the best experience possible for racing, track days, cruising, powersports and other applications. The update allows CD Carbon dashes to receive channels from even more OBD-II CAN- based factory ECUs, adds a loop logging function so that users don't lose data when all onboard memory is full, improves the reset button functionality and more. TECHNOLOGY & ELECTRONICS Integrated Satellite Radio VAIS Technology, Englewood, Colorado, offers new Satellite Radio Integrated Solutions designed for 2019 Toyota, GM, Honda and Subaru models that add SiriusXM satellite radio to the existing factory stereo without compromising functionality. The adapter connects directly to the original factory radio and allows the vehicle owner to listen to satellite radio through the existing factory system. The VAIS integrated solution also allows for full control of satellite radio functions including changing stations, setting presets, steering wheel functions, etc.

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