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Old 12-27-2010, 02:41 PM
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To calibrate the MPH and MPG u gotta drive over 100 miles at one time. It is a lengthy process.
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Old 12-27-2010, 02:43 PM
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I guess I'll just have to wait to do that on my next trip to visit my brother in Chi-town!
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Can I use this on more than one vehicle? I am not sure if I should register on their site for my car or my truck.
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Old 01-29-2011, 05:12 PM
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It shouldn't matter what you register it under on their site it will work for multiple vehicles. Just remember you will need to calibrate it and recalibrate it if you swith vehicles. Definitely play with all the settings it is an awesome tool if you have it set up correctly.

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Default Re: Review: Ultragauge

I have a question.. say I buy one, there's 3 options now:

EM v1.2

EM Plus

EM MX

what would be the best one for a 2003 ford ranger? I dont want to buy the expensive one and not be able to use most of the functions and I dont want to get the cheap on and wish I would have gotten a better one.

Any help would be appreciated, very interested.
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Old 08-15-2014, 07:51 PM
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I have a question.. say I buy one, there's 3 options now: EM v1.2 EM Plus EM MX what would be the best one for a 2003 ford ranger? I dont want to buy the expensive one and not be able to use most of the functions and I dont want to get the cheap on and wish I would have gotten a better one. Any help would be appreciated, very interested.
Get the cheapest one. I forgot the other ones and I have the suction cup mount. But i will be moving mine .
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