Vehicle CAN Database

RACELOGIC has ready-to-use CAN signals for a wide variety of vehicles for customers to use with VCI (Vehicle CAN Interface) products. The most common parameters available are RPM, wheel speed, and throttle position.

The VBOX Motorsport products that can log signals from a vehicle CAN Bus are the Video VBOX and VBOX Video HD2, able to record multiple parameters at once. Connection to the vehicle can be made via the Onboard Diagnostic (OBD) socket, via a clip-on interface, or bare-wire with one of our standard CAN connection cables.

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For a Complete List of Vehicles Covered or to download a PDF for your vehicle visit our CAN Documentation Page. Please download the file relevant to your vehicle below and consult our user guide for details on using this file.

CAN Database Download

Please select the make and model of the vehicle to view the wiring information and to download the CAN .ref file.

Note: Users of VBOX Video HD2 do not need to download individual REF files, all vehicles are available via the VBOX Video Setup Software.  


Customer CAN Request

If your car is not in the list of vehicles for which we have signals, please Raise a Support Ticket.

Whilst no guarantee is given that we will be able to find the correct database, we are always striving to acquire as much CAN information from as many vehicles as we can.

If you own a VBOX Video HD2, we may be able to determine relevant signals from a log. Here are instructions on how to log CAN data from your vehicle using the HD2.

PLEASE NOTE: This information is provided as a general guide to CAN Bus wire colours only and colours may be subject to change without notice. RACELOGIC accepts no responsibility for damage or malfunction caused by incorrect wiring of its products to a vehicle. Any connection to a vehicle CAN Bus should be done by a trained automotive technician.