Re: Looking for OBDII Scan Tool Recomendation. Good and Bad.
Hey man, Ive owned a scan gauge 2 and it worked really well, there's lots of options available to read different codes and processes that the engine does. However, I just picked up a Jet Tuner and it has a Scanner on it as well that is less customizable but you get 2 for the price of one. The ability to tune every thing in your engine from shift points to taking off speedo limiter and an EZ tune function as well as scan for codes etc.. Its Great! Hope this helps
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