Neat New & Basic!
Some Of You might remember those old inclinometers that you could find stock in the first-generation Toyota 4Runners. They had a cool factor to them, showing you front-to-rear and side-to-side angles via two readouts. Two decades later, Innovate Motorsports has come out with the RAD-1, a digital inclinometer that gives 0- to 60-degree readings for both X and Y axes. But this unit is a bit more advanced than those old spinning balls found in the 4Runners. The RAD-1 will allow you to set warnings, zero-out your center, recall maximum angles, and more. Inclinometers like this are not for going fast, and will only really be useful moving under 5 mph, but at low speeds they can help you decide if that sidehilling or drop is too much for your rig or not.
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|PRESS LEFT||TO ACTIVATE|
|2||times||rP Recall max passenger angle|
|3||times||rD Recall max driver angle|
|4||times||rF Recall front angle|
|5||times||rb Recall back angle|
|6||times||rE Recall angle erase (reset)|
|7||times||SP Set passenger max angle|
|8||times||Sd Set driver max angle|
|9||times||SF Set front max angle|
|10||times||Sb Set back max angle|
|11||times||br Set screen brightness|