Going to the Alps, how to use HLT on the road?

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Going to the Alps, how to use HLT on the road?

Post by Touring_Dave » Wed May 15, 2019 8:23 pm

Hi,

Just looking to get people's experience on how best to use HLT on the road.

Planning to go to Alps / France / Germany / Austria / Italy this summer and hoped to use HLT to video and overlay data.

Can't work out best way to do this or if it is even possible as it is not a 'defined' track.

Would appreciate anyone's thoughts...

Thanks, Dave.
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Re: Going to the Alps, how to use HLT on the road?

Post by Harry » Wed May 15, 2019 9:04 pm

Turn Manual Timing ON in LapTimer’s Settings. This will add a Go and Stop button to Timer View. These buttons allow you to start and stop recordings everywhere.

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Re: Going to the Alps, how to use HLT on the road?

Post by Touring_Dave » Wed May 15, 2019 9:42 pm

Harry wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 9:04 pm
Turn Manual Timing ON in LapTimer’s Settings. This will add a Go and Stop button to Timer View. These buttons allow you to start and stop recordings everywhere.

Harry
Harry,

Once again thanks for your help.

Have made the change in Settings and noticed not only can you manually start and stop within Timer but functionality is within Speedo too. Will check them both out over next couple of days.

Also upgraded just now to newest Android release of v23, your continued support and development is a credit to you.

Dave.
Mazda MX-5 (Miata) NC 2ltr, IL Motorsport Manifold, Cold Air Intake, Ecutek remap, Skuzzle Dyno 164hp at wheels, EBC Turbo Groove discs and Yellowstuff pads front and rear, Meistrr Coilovers.
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