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Old 12-13-2011, 11:45 AM
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I agree, but IMO you will get the same readout through the OBDII port on a scangauge as at the dash, because all the gauges on modern vehicles are electronic anyway, so they will react the same/same timing, etc...as your scangauge will be getting the same exact signal that the dash gets; as in it's not a "better" or "quicker" signal. The biggest benefit to digital is you can see minor changes that are hard to see on a needle...The more the better though, I often use my superchips gauges to moniter IAT, load, O2's, etc...
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