Originally Posted by ronjenx
He's pointing out a better gauge. Although, yours is hard to beat, because you already have it.
I have always wanted one of these gauges, but I could really never justify it. From a mileage gauge perspective, it would take a lot of gas savings before you recoup'ed the cost. So I have been waiting in the wings in hopes that I would find a used one for much less than new.
Well, I'm glad I waited as there is a much better device available now. And the best part is that its just a fraction of the cost of the scanquage. Its called ultra-gauge and it does all the same stuff and more. It has a bigger cooler display, that displays many more gauges at once. Yet, overall its still very compact and easy to mount. The thing I did not like about the other tool was how hard it was to navigate thru the menus. With ultra-gauge that problem is solved because the display can hold so much more info.
It cost me only $39 new and I'm totally happy with it.