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[quote author=jcrystal link=topic=67918.msg1170053#msg1170053 date=1169823099]
Anyone have experience with this OBDII reader (+)

http://www.auterraweb.com

Looks like a pretty good alternative to ScanGaugeII (if you already have a Palm or laptop), not sure how it compares to AutoEnginity.
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Some excellent data was put up using one here: http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123659130;
here: http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123655051&page=4;
and here: http://www.mazdas247.com/forum/showpost.php?p=2932241&postcount=2

Might some duplication of charts but, anyway, looks like a very cool device.
 

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I have been using the Dyno scan for 10 months now. I really like it. For the most part it is user friendly, gives loads of live data, and can check/explain/ clear engine codes. I have yet to use the torque or 0-60 times feature on it yet. No time to sit down and figure it out. I know several tuners besides myself that use it and like it.
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the main difference that I see is that this scanner can't monitor the mazda specific systems that the autoenginuity can with the enhanced software upgrade.n I suppose the plus is that its $25 bucks cheaper if you only want it for the performance software.
 

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[quote author=CosmicBlueMS3 link=topic=67918.msg1171740#msg1171740 date=1169922492]
the main difference that I see is that this scanner can't monitor the mazda specific systems [/quote]
You mean Mazda Specific codes? It can do that. We have used it on 6 different Mazdas with no problems.
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