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Old 10-22-2008, 12:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Can you use both the MPGuino and a Scangauge at the same time?
I am interested in using the MPGuino in conjunction with the scangauge and increasing the screen size of the MPGuino to 4x20 instead of 2x16. I'm not sure how difficult this would be, or the parameter modifications required, but now that the Guino is in kit form, it's time to look more closely at it .

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You can certainly use them together. I'm not going to get involved with the 4x20 stuff at the moment, but that doesn't mean a group of folks here won't figure out an agreeable patch for a larger lcd.
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Can you use both the MPGuino and a Scangauge at the same time?
As soon as my roommate gets his guino up and running again - I want to do that very experiment in his SC2 with my Scangauge
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How much cheaper/more expensive is this compared to picking up the parts on your own?
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You can price it out at mouser, something in the $20 to $30 range. But the custom pcb really makes it easy.

paulb (of Modern Device Company ) took some initiative early on and has some early versions of the board and plenty of hardware for making kits. The boards need a couple tweaks, but I've tried them and they seem reliable. I just gave him a call to see if we can find homes for those boards as well.

And of course I'm trailing the pack with the open source version
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Old 10-22-2008, 09:32 PM   #17 (permalink)
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someone build me one and ill buy it, here is my email Yoshi hasnt gotten back to me yet need one for a 95 jeep cherokee i found my vss and 6 injector pins so i am ready to go

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We ordered on the same day, I hope mine gets here today! I am so anxious. After I get mine working, my wife already wants one for her new '08 Rav4 we got last week. I will create a new garage for that vehicle when I get a chance. So far, we have not gone through the first tank the dealer put in it.
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Ive been thinking of getting one of the kits for the 6000 wagon. I was just going to swap over the one from the Celeb, which I still might do. But Id like to see how well the kit works for a few members first before ordering one.

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