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Old 07-09-2018, 08:34 AM
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Torque Pro / Forscan what are you running it on?

Was wondering what works best and costs the least?
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:19 AM
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Was wondering what works best and costs the least?
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Engineering credo:
  • Good
  • Fast
  • Cheap
Pick any two.

The really cheap ones and Apple products don't work with bluetooth OBDII adapters, so read the specs on whatever you buy. 7-8" screen hits the sweet spot for allowing plenty of gauges on display without being too small, yet the frame is not so big it covers or blocks something you'd rather it didn't.
 
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:30 AM
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I have a Verizon Eclipse 8 which is a 8Ē screen that I hope is compatible any one using this?
 
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It should work. That 1G of RAM is spooky, so don't try to run a video game with Torque Pro online.
 
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This one will be mine for the truck no gaming while Iím playing. I have reached the age where my kids still travel with me except in a different vehicles itís not cool to ride with the old man.
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Old 07-09-2018, 12:39 PM
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Ideally I would sit in passenger seat and play with torque pro while my wife drove BUT she hates the truck. Itís to long, loud, wide, ďstinky, rough riding Ē and the arm rest is to high. She does like the manual transmission and how it handles the 5th wheel but thatís it.
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Shawn here is a link to the FAQ for torque pro, not sure if you already visited this but it should help you out with any possible questions you may have, if you need more or want more info we are here to help

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...e-pro-faq.html
 
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My headunit runs torque pro.
 
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I bought a pre-paid cell on sale for $20 (50% off) with a 5.5" screen. Good processor but no memory (6 or 8 GB I think). I never activated it but BT works for Torque Pro (runs great) and I use the Wi-Fi at home to download updates. It's smaller than a tablet but you can't beat it for $20. It sits in a mount in the lower left of my windshield just above the dash.
 
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Well last night I took the tablet and downloaded toque light and was even able to set up a custom pid for icp and went out to the truck and tested it I was able to get several of the canned gauges to work but not the icp it just said no data on gauge what am I missing?
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Well last night I took the tablet and downloaded toque light and was even able to set up a custom pid for icp and went out to the truck and tested it I was able to get several of the canned gauges to work but not the icp it just said no data on gauge what am I missing?
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Custom PID for ICP? The stock one wasn't in there? There are very exacting guidelines for how to set up a PID that can work, one typo can kill it.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...roke-pids.html

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...nced-pids.html
 
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There was no canned gauge in the list that I could find
so I found on a different thread the pid that I believe you posted and filled in the blanks.
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Look for typos, they'll get ya - there's no such thing as "close enough" in the binary brain that is a computer.
 
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