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  • OBD II - Mileage Gadget

    http://www.plxkiwi.com/index.html

    Saw this, don't work for , nor make money from the company/product, just thought it looked like an interesting implementation of the OBDII data.

    Haven't tried it, so caveat emptor

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    Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

    HOORAY!!! Yet another gadget to distract our driving!

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    • #3
      Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

      Has anyone actually used this thing? One of my favorite things about my Scanguage II is watching my mileage, but I like the nice screen on this guy along with the different graphs to help you improve your efficiency.

      It obviously doesn't have all of the diagnostic tools of the Scangauge but it looks like it can really help you to drive more efficiently.
      www.CNGUtah.com

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      • #4
        Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

        Originally posted by Beej View Post
        HOORAY!!! Yet another gadget to distract our driving!
        Ditto... It's not like driving efficiently is rocket science. Don't press the pedal on the right down as far, and you'll use less gas...
        1997 Factory Crown Victoria w/ extended tanks ~~ Clunkerized!
        2000 Bi-Fuel Expedition --> ~~ Sold ~~ <--

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        • #5
          Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

          Ouch MSRP is $299, plus with a nice color screen if it doesn't dim it will blind you at night.
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          moore101
          2000 Toyota Camry CNG
          FuelMaker Phill v1.0

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          • #6
            Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

            interesting, but not $300 worth of interesting!
            02 GX
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            03 Crown Vic
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            Home Fueler

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            • #7
              Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

              Originally posted by CraziFuzzy View Post
              Ditto... It's not like driving efficiently is rocket science. Don't press the pedal on the right down as far, and you'll use less gas...
              "The amount you use your pedals (left and right) is directly proportional to the amount of fuel you will consume" -A Rocket Scientist

              Try to anticipate the need to slow down by letting of on the gas early rather than going straight for the brakes.

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              • #8
                Re: OBD II - Mileage Gadget

                Them there rockets mus' git mighty fine mileage since they ain't got no pedals...
                02 GX
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                03 Crown Vic
                06 GX
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