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Unread 04-29-2010, 08:26 AM   #1
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Scan Gauge II in 2010 JK

Is anyone using a Scan Gauge II in their JK? I know most of you have a pimped out JK with mygig and option loaded cluster that already gives MPG and tire pressure and all that stuff, but for those with naked X's will the SGII clear codes and can it fix the tire size thing to get the speedo right while giving cool info ?

I got this thing when I had a TJ and I just found it yesterday in my part box while looking for something else.

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Unread 04-29-2010, 09:20 AM   #2
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lol, im stupid. But hey thing works awesome once you use the right settings. I Love that guage, well worth it OP.
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What does it have to do with the Scangauge II ?

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He's pointing out a better gauge. Although, yours is hard to beat, because you already have it.
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Can you use the scan gauge to download the information to a data logger program?
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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.
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