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Old 05-30-2011, 12:05 PM   #1
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NEW: Scangauge E reader.. Better than Scangauge II?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/ref...amazonquery-20

Anybody know of any differences between the two?

I just picked up my ScanGauge II @ Autozone.. Grr..

Also, i read somewhere it was compatible with Scangauge 2 and both could be run simultaneously?
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Old 05-30-2011, 12:10 PM   #3
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Looks like the main differences are the fuel economy little graph thing, carbon footprint and the storing of trip data (which the 2 might be able to do, not to sure about that).
I wouldn't be too upset if I were you. Looks to me like they changed a few things and slapped an 'E' on the end of it to jump on the green bandwagon.

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Looks like the main differences are the fuel economy little graph thing, carbon footprint and the storing of trip data (which the 2 might be able to do, not to sure about that).
I wouldn't be too upset if I were you. Looks to me like they changed a few things and slapped an 'E' on the end of it to jump on the green bandwagon.

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Umm, from the looks of it, it seems like both can do just about the same thing.. Except the SG II can display 4 graphs at the same time while the SG-E can only do 2. And it has that nifty bar reader.
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