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Old 04-02-2008, 10:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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RPM divided by selected Speed in chosen KPH or MPH.

I'd be looking for a number like 20 in metric, 32 in miles. The lower the better. It only needs one decimal place. It would show a relative gear ratio, easy to see if you are in overdrive and or locked up.

I so want that on a ScanGauge.

Are there any other slushbox pilots out there that would like this?

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Old 04-03-2008, 12:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Who, do you want revolutions per second or revolutions per mile.
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This definitely looks like a more complicated version of the SGII "XGauge" function. I have heard that there is/was a USB port planned for the SG. If it had that, then the potential for complex functions would be easy peasy. Kind of like SGXX meets the HP-11C Calculator from Mars :



(gotta go find mine)

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I like my hp 41CX better!


It's a simple way of showing overall gearing and let's you know when you have torque converter slippage. Both numbers are there...

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