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Old 04-07-2012, 11:40 PM
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I have to do the same thing, drape that big as cord over the steering wheel. Grrr. Annoying. But yea, I will def check out that app.
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I have the cheap china adapter, and it has been working perfect for the month or so that I've had it. It was a little laggy with torque lite, but since I've upgraded to pro, its been awesome.. I guess I just got lucky haha.
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Right now, I'd love to be able to replace the operating system on my Tomtom and use it as a standalone scanner with HPTuners.
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i have the cheap adapter too. works fine a connects, but its slow. i didnt buy it for the performance stuff though more for a tool reading live data from the sensors, it does that fine. if you want it for the performance measurements definitely dont get the cheap one.
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