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ScanGauge II

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Electronics & Lighting' started by fxlr8, Feb 20, 2008.

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  1. fxlr8

    fxlr8 Staff Administrator

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    http://www.scangauge.com/

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    This is a pretty good tool for anybody that mods cars or just wants to keep stats on their car. Just throwing this out if you are looking for a scan tool.

    Features:
    Also with the new xgauge feature you can have additional gauges on it... like horsepower, trans temp..etc. http://www.scangauge.com/support/xgauge.shtml


    I bought mine cheaper on ebay.
     

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  2. Psiclne

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    Very nice - can I borrow it for our trackday? :biggrin:
     
  3. rookie

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    Turns off the check engine light. What does that mean? It can block a code or something?
     
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    I think it just means that you can clear the code that will then turn off the cel.
     
  5. rookie

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    Dam it, I need to block rich code. Freakin big injectors. :err:
     
  6. rookie

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    Gimmie more indepth review?

    What sensors have you tried?
    Are there any sensors that don't work?
    Picture?
    Where do you have it mounted?
    Would you buy it again?
     
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    fxlr8

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    Sorry Viet, I wish I could give a more in-depth review but can't.

    I only used it to clear a couple codes before I got my cipher. But I do use it on both cars.

    I need to hook it up and play around with all the features.. like the horsepower gauge. I am pretty sure most of the features will work as long as it can get the read out from the OBDII port, except for things like manifold pressure and other sensors we don't have on our cars.
     
  8. rookie

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    Can you check to see which of these work?

    » Fuel Economy » Fuel Rate » Battery Voltage » Coolant Temperature » Intake Air Temperature » Engine Speed (RPM) » Vehicle speed (MPH and KM/H) » Manifold Pressure
    (not available on some vehicles) » Engine Load » Throttle Position » Ignition Timing » Open/Closed Loop
     
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  10. rookie

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    Cool, I found it earlier. So the miles to empty is a guestimate based on info you input to the scan gauge vs info it is taking out of the OBD-II port.

    I'll probably pick one up, running out of places to put things though. lol
     
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