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Ace One Button Plate

Software

ADD-ON Optional Dash for Ace One Button Plate

Please see page 7 of the following "HOW TO INSTALL PDF" -> Download

You can customise the dashboard on simhub, create your own or use an existing one. The one we recommend, and which is shown in the product images, is 'Lovely Dashboard'.
Since we are not the authors of such a simhub dashboard, here are the links to the developer:

Download link (GitHub): https://lsr.gg/dash
Support link (Discord): https://lsr.gg/discord

Ace Dash 4"

Software

You can customise the dashboard on simhub, create your own or use an existing one. The one we recommend, and which is shown in the product images, is 'Lovely Dashboard'.
Since we are not the authors of such a simhub dashboard, here are the links to the developer:

Tutorial

  1. Mount the included bracket to your base (using Velcro or screws, depending on your base).
  2. Mount the dash to the bracket by fixing it from behind with the aluminium knob.
  3. Connect the dash to your PC with a micro USB 2.0 cable (make sure it is a data cable and not a charging-only cable).
  4. Set the switch to the right of the dash to "ON". The device should now be automatically recognised by SimHub.
  5. Install the latest version of SimHub.
  6. Start SimHub and connect your device with a micro USB cable. 
  7. Download and install, if necessary, the vocore display drivers.
  8. In Simhub click on ADD DEVICE in the "Devices" tab in the left column, then search for the device "Generic Vocore screen". We recommend the "lovelydashboard" dashboard.
  9. In SimHub -> ARDUINO -> RGB LEDS load the dedicated LED profile, which you can download above on this page.

Now everything should work. From Simhub you can manage the display, rotate it 180 degrees if you see it upside down and choose which dash to show. In the Simhub home page you will find a list of simulators and games: make sure to click on the one you use so that it synchronises correctly. 

  • We recommend buying a Simhub licence (a small donation to the developer is sufficient) to enjoy 100% of the software.

Ace Dash 4" Lite

Software

You can customise the dashboard on simhub, create your own or use an existing one. The one we recommend, and which is shown in the product images, is 'Lovely Dashboard'.
Since we are not the authors of such a simhub dashboard, here are the links to the developer:

Tutorial

  1. Mount the included bracket to your base (using Velcro or screws, depending on your base).
  2. Mount the dash to the bracket by fixing it from behind with the aluminium knob.
  3. Connect the dash to your PC with a micro USB 2.0 cable (make sure it is a data cable and not a charging-only cable).
  4. Install the latest version of SimHub.
  5. Start SimHub and connect your device with a micro USB cable. 
  6. Download and install, if necessary, the vocore display drivers.
  7. In Simhub click on ADD DEVICE in the "Devices" tab in the left column, then search for the device "Generic Vocore screen". 

We recommend the "lovelydashboard" dashboard.

Now everything should work. From Simhub you can manage the display, rotate it 180 degrees if you see it upside down and choose which dash to show. In the Simhub home page you will find a list of simulators and games: make sure to click on the one you use so that it synchronises correctly. 

We recommend buying a Simhub licence (a small donation to the developer is sufficient) to enjoy 100% of the software.

Logitech Mods

Go to the "Hot to install Logitech mods" page.

Thrustmaster Mods (T300)

VIDEO TUTORIAL: LINK

Mounting this mod is very easy. Explaining it is much more complex than doing it. 

  1. Unplug the steering wheel from its base and place it on a table;
  2. At the back, you have to unscrew the two small screws under the paddles. If you have a T300 RS, you also need to unscrew a third screw, located in the lower centre (opposite the PS button);
  3. Unscrew the 6 screws located around the hub from the front of the steering wheel;
  4. Remove the rim. Be careful to leave the directional cross, the buttons and the small spring in place;
  5. Put the modified rim in place of the original one;
  6. Secure it using the 6 front screws you unscrewed earlier. The two small screws are no longer needed. Keep them in case you want to reassemble the original rim.
  7. Have fun!

Thrustmaster Mods (TGT)

VIDEO TUTORIAL: LINK

  1. Disconnect the steering wheel from the base and place it on a table;
  2. Unscrew all the screws that hold the hub cover with the Gran Turismo logo. These screws must be unscrewed from the back of the steering wheel;
  3. Remove the hub cover;
  4. Unscrew all the screws that hold the plate to the hub. These are all located on the front.
  5. Remove the original plate;
  6. Mount the mod in the same way as the original plate was mounted, with the same screws.