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Old 09-09-2008, 01:26 PM
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Scan Gauge II

Anyone have any experience with this product? I like it for the price and it seems to have add on gauges for Trans temp and slip...according to the site.

check it out and tell me what you think....

ScanGaugeII - Trip Computers + Digital Gauges + Scan Tool
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I have one, and I love it, I keep it in my car most of the time, but occasionally use it in the truck for long trips.
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Buy it. I have had for quite awhile. I love it. It moves between cars depending on what I'm doing.
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Yeah....I think I am ....it has alot of features and keeps you in the loop on how things are going on the SUV. Now to talk to the boss and see if she will let me spend the $$$.....
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I have been viewing some videos on you tube for this product and it looks to be very cool! I plan to put an order in soon....I love gadgets!
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I looked at the scan gauge, but decided to purchase the MSD Dashawk because it is user upgradeable. The Scangauage must be sent back to the manufactuer for an update.
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I looked at the scan gauge, but decided to purchase the MSD Dashawk because it is user upgradeable. The Scangauage must be sent back to the manufactuer for an update.
Does your Dashhawk have Transimission temps and slip features? How do they compare for features...the Scangauge and the Dashhawk?

Thanks for the info and updates,

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I looked at the scan gauge, but decided to purchase the MSD Dashawk because it is user upgradeable. The Scangauage must be sent back to the manufactuer for an update.
I'm going to retract my recommendation for the Dashhawk, because I just checked the dashhawk support fourm and the key programmer has been reassigned. This product may very well be EOL (End of Life) with no future releases.

I am able to see and log transmission temps. Not certain about slip parameters, although I know there's a transmission trubine speed or something like that.
I've set up gauges (displays) for tranny temp, cylinder head temp, engine temp, fuel flow, fuel level, engine load, intake temp, MPG (may not be 100% accurate, but can be tweaked), O2 sensor voltage, O2 sensor temps, throttle position.

There's bunches of additional paramters that could be displayed, but aren't much use to me.
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very cool!...thanks for the update...I think I am going for the SGII....putting in the order today...
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Gauge is on the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Got my scan gauge in yesterday ....and all I can say is WOW! this little gauge is so cool and does so much....I can watch my transmission temps and even do calculations for cost per mile....well worth the $169.95 shipped! I would recommend this to anyone!
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you fellows and your toy's.
I went out and spent a bunch of money to buy a Ford Truck/Car so's I could join the forum, then I bought a thing so's I could change the engine peramiters, then I bought a hood, wind, bug, deflecter, then I bought them bright light things, now you bought a new toy, Scan what?
Gentlemen, my wife is running out of money, I might have to get gainful employment! Please stop.........
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you fellows and your toy's.
I went out and spent a bunch of money to buy a Ford Truck/Car so's I could join the forum, then I bought a thing so's I could change the engine peramiters, then I bought a hood, wind, bug, deflecter, then I bought them bright light things, now you bought a new toy, Scan what?
Gentlemen, my wife is running out of money, I might have to get gainful employment! Please stop.........
Now that is funny! But just tell your wife it will help you SAVE money...by being in touch with your trucks vitals. You will save gas and help SAVE costly repairs in the Future! I love how the SAVE word means so much to them. If she is a shopper she will understand......
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Is this plug and play?
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