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Old 01-12-2012, 03:20 PM   #1
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OBD II bluetooth scanner??

  • My buddy bought this off amazon, then downloaded a 5$ app off the android market called "Torque". for 25$ it's pretty damn amazing, tells you soo many things that I couldn't name. They do make different ones, "better ones", and they are more expensive but supposedly bluetooth everything better. Anyone ever try these things or have any input?
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I bought one off of ebay from hong kong, no downloading apps needed. Total cost $32
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I bought one off of ebay from hong kong, no downloading apps needed. Total cost $32
so what do you use to monitor your data from the ECU? Or did it come with software?
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so what do you use to monitor your data from the ECU? Or did it come with software?
It did come with a software disk, and i just use my laptop for all control features
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Got my ELM327 for 20 shipped from US vendor. Torque droid app for casio commando = 4.99 which = 25.00 total. Cool shit.
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