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Henry33 09-13-2010 02:22 PM

will buy scangauge or plx kiwi
make an offer please really need it ;)

Phantom 09-13-2010 09:50 PM

I do not have any thing to sell but what car are you going to use it on? Also I would recommend to check out the ultra-gauge there is a scanguage alternative thread in the instrumentation sub-forum.

Henry33 09-14-2010 03:04 AM

I have 2010 Toyota Yaris 1.33 1NR-FE

the problem with the ultragauge is that it doesn't support the metric :confused: so it will be useless for me :turtle:

Ptero 09-30-2010 10:28 PM

Watch for an upcoming firmware upgrade of the Ultragauge that does metric.

Hey, how come we Americans get mph/kph speedometers and you guys don't? Yeah, our government tried to get us to learn metric a couple of decades back but we were too goddam stupid to figgur it out so we just voted the BPublicans back in and they took down all those stupid highway signs. If you guys were smart, you'd junk all that metric system mumbo-jumbo and switch over to English units. Then we wouldn't have this Ultra-Gauge problem.

It starts with the inch, which is the distance from the finger knuckle to the first joint of some little medieval dwarf king of England's hand, and everything else is based on that. Simple. But it'll never happen. You know why? The toolmakers. They want to sell two sets of tools to everybody in America. Just look at a Sears Tool catalog. And we Americans are dumb enough to do it. Do you think we actually use metric tools? Heck no. Most of us would rather use a half-inch socket on a 13mm bolt head, even if we have to pound it on with a hammer. Hey, do you guys have metric hammers? I don't think they'd sell here. I looked for 'em at Harbor Freight.

C4Kid 10-25-2010 06:06 PM


I've a brand new scanguage, I'm being forced to sell it because my car does not seem to be compatible. Its more or less unused and retains ALL packaging. I'm either going to return it or sell it on. If Your interested let me know and we can work out a suitable price or whatever.



zukgod1 11-03-2010 11:38 AM

Wow I hadn't heard of the ultra gauge.. Looks like a nice piece and less money.

C4Kid 11-03-2010 02:21 PM


Wow I hadn't heard of the ultra gauge.. Looks like a nice piece and less money.
The same thing happened me after I purchased Scanguage, but I'd prefer metric but it's no big deal especially if Ultraguage works in my car. It could be worth a shot:)

gone-ot 11-03-2010 02:26 PM

...the UG only does US units, not metric units; SGII does both.

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