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Old 07-28-2013, 03:29 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Interesting! Link? (Post just the part after the .com, since you can't post links as a brand new member.) Their home page shows 159.95.

Resellers have to agree to a "minimum advertised price" of 149.99 for forum members. Maybe the manufacturer has lifted that rule.

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Old 07-28-2013, 03:40 PM   #62 (permalink)
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They have it as a members only thing. Right below the $159 price there's a link to the thread about it. And once you sign up it shows up on the right side of the homepage page as "members only fundraiser"

Looks like they have been selling them at that price since 2010

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i know this is an old thread, but its a sticky

does anyone elses scanguage read a different speed to the car

as in, if i set my cruse control to 50, the speedo says 50, and my scanguage says 45

i havent used a toptop to see how fast im actually going yet but it seems odd that it would read a different speed then the car itself
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i know this is an old thread, but its a sticky

does anyone elses scanguage read a different speed to the car

as in, if i set my cruse control to 50, the speedo says 50, and my scanguage says 45

i havent used a toptop to see how fast im actually going yet but it seems odd that it would read a different speed then the car itself
What vehicle? GM purposely sets their speedometers to read 2 mph slow (just to save you from tickets). The SG reads what the WHEEL is actually reporting to the ECU, so it's the SPEEDO circuitry that's subtracting 2 mph...hence the two different readings.

FWIW, a 5 mph difference would seem to indicate wrong tyre size (vs OEM).
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What vehicle? GM purposely sets their speedometers to read 2 mph slow (just to save you from tickets). The SG reads what the WHEEL is actually reporting to the ECU, so it's the SPEEDO circuitry that's subtracting 2 mph...hence the two different readings.

FWIW, a 5 mph difference would seem to indicate wrong tyre size (vs OEM).
It's a Nissan note 2012

It's got factory stock wheels and tyres, seems weird that it is so different from what the car says
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It lists "fuel rate". Is this fuel pressure or injector on time?

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