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Old 04-10-2007, 08:51 PM   #11
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what value did you initially enter so the horsepower reads correctly?
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Nice work on Location of the Aeroforce
Nice install. I'm loving the growing popularity of the Aeroforce with the pre-2000 crowd
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I must be a novice because I have never seen that before. Is that all it does, and if so, is it necessary at all? I think it'* a cool accessory, and I really badly want one, but does it help you determine performance?
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Radnom...it'* doubtful that it will work on your car. It is designed for OBDII. Sorry...didn't mean to kill your day.
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That'* too bad. I figured it would be a cool thing to have just sitting and showing numbers to people. That 250 was pretty cool. That'* not whp, right?
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Radomir, that number is dependent on actually being set up right.

And that gauge is also a fully-functional scantool. It'll display two parameters at a time.
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Bill, any updates on getting the Aeroforce to be compatible with the Series 1?
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what value did you initially enter so the horsepower reads correctly?
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Radomir, that number is dependent on actually being set up right.

And that gauge is also a fully-functional scantool. It'll display two parameters at a time.
I figured it may display wheel horsepower because it'* offset by an initial value. Also, if that doesn't work on Series 1 cars, couldn't you just hook up any scantool at all?
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I think you're missing the point. You can monitor KR, fuel trims, timing advance, or any other of 100 parameters without having to use a scantool sitting in your lap while driving. And the gauge is cheaper than a scantool.

The aeroforce MAY be compatible with the 94/95 hybrid PCM'*, but until we get someone to try it, we won't know.
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I think I understand now, but even though a big, bulky scantool would also be more expensive, couldn't I replace the backlight on the LCD screen to be much brighter and then just mount it anywhere? Well, I agree now completely that the Aeroforce is awesome and truly useful.
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