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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-23-2009, 04:53 AM Thread Starter
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killing two birds with one display

i want a dp tuner but i would also like to get something that will monitor everything in one single set up. I would rather not have several gauges to keep an eye on everything. some type of pda or something like that. any suggestions?

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Re: killing two birds with one display

Scangauge http://terminatorengineering.com/scangauge/ this is only a gauge, not a tuner. Very nice to have.

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Re: killing two birds with one display

Why do you want a digital gauge setup? Why have something that when one thing breaks you lose all of your gauges?

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Why do you want a digital gauge setup? Why have something that when one thing breaks you lose all of your gauges?
Because thats what he wants

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Scangauge is awesome, and its more than a gauge, its a tool.

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Re: killing two birds with one display

get a gryphon from power hungry performance,

They are a site vendor, it has the capability of being your gauges as well,

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That is the guy that taugh DP-Tuner about tuning

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Re: killing two birds with one display

thanks guys,

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Re: killing two birds with one display

The scangauge is really a cool piece. It will monitor damn near everything, you can monitor 2 items at once, and as others have said, it is the diagnostic tool to have when you have questions about an issue with the motor.

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Re: killing two birds with one display

The Scan gauge can also perform buzz and contribution tests. If you order the black bezel, black face plate, and green lighting, I stock those. Everything else is built to order(allow 10-12 days).

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