REVIEW & DIY : Adding a Heads Up Display (HUD) on my Honda!

I recently bought a ACECAR M-12 ( ) Heads Up Display unit for my Honda. I always wanted a HUD so I dont need to look down at for speed.

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Its large numbers is very visible at day and night time. Installing is very easy with either connection to the cars OBD2 port or it can run with GPS mode in which all it needs is a USB power. The unit is plug and play but needs to be configured for metric and English measurements. If connected to the OBD2 it will drain my 12 volt battery, thats why i prefer the USB power so it turns off when my car is off.

Overall it is pretty accurate and is able to read speed, distance, engine temperature, RPM, and other information when connected to the OBD2 port. With the GPS mode you can display direction, speed.

Update on my steering wheel cover and TPMS system. Its been over 2 years with my SHIAWASENA Steering wheel cover $16 ( ) which had a smooth surface and patterned with red stitching. It still in good condition and has not cracked yet. Tire Pressure Monitor TPMS ( )still works after 1.5 years . I cost about $30. The sensors need new CR1616 batteries every 6 months but the solar powered main unit works well.

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