Can be an extremely useful tool when trying to fine tune a setup. We use it on our race car to watch EGT's per cylinder, engine RPM's , driveshaft speeds, lap times, etc. Has anyone done this on the 7.3? I would like to be able to monitor 4 pressure readings(drive and boost pressure per turbo), RPM's, and EGT's per bank.
Do you find that the Scangauge has any problems with message conflicts by running two of them? Or do they some some method to avoid that like different Node ID's? Never used it so I'm not familiar with their setup.
Corsa, RPM Pro and PCS even come to mind off the bat, I think an 8 channel logger would be a good start, and larger ones are available if you think you need more. If you want to do PW you'll have to do a little more homework on which ones will support that
1997 F350: Regular cab XLT, 7.3L PSD, 5 speed, 4x4, 3.55 - Some Stuff 2000 F350: Crew Cab, Lariat, 7.3L PSD, 6 speed, 4x4, 3.73 - More Stuff 2001 VW Golf: 4 door, GLS, 1.9L TDi, 5 speed - Darn near makes fuel!
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