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Old 02-28-2012, 05:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Now that this has been around a while can anyone recomend an amazon seller that has a reliable obd2 blue tooth adapter.
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Old 02-28-2012, 06:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is the listing I bought mine from:
Amazon.com: Bluetooth ELM 327 Diagnostics USB Cable: Camera & Photo Amazon.com: Bluetooth ELM 327 Diagnostics USB Cable: Camera & Photo

The seller I used was XiTech, but they don't seem to be selling the model anymore. Any choice marked as "fufilled by Amazon" should be a safe bet since you can return it no questions asked.

It pairs with my Motorola Atrix just fine, all the sensors I've tested work properly on Torque.
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Thanks for the info. Ordered the Soliport Elm 327 today of amazon.
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I got the app set up and co nected with the elm327 I got off of amazon. It works great, anyone have some suggested settings? Do you leave the obd2 sensor plugged in all the time?
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I leave mine in all the time.
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I leave mine in all the time.

Really? Thats good to know, I thought it would possibly drain your battery.
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I was wondering about leaving it in also, as I want to use this setup to have a boost gauge, among other things...

No problems leaving it in while operating I assume, but even when the car is off?

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I just downloaded the video add on for torque tonight. I will say that its pretty cool that you can record record video with the gauges overlaying the video and map at the same time. I did a quick video tonight and during playback I noticed that for a split second it hit 17.1 psi in first gear...I thought it was supposed to be limited until fourth? After that it didn't get past 16.8 but I only went through third and let off.
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I just downloaded the video add on for torque tonight. I will say that its pretty cool that you can record record video with the gauges overlaying the video and map at the same time. I did a quick video tonight and during playback I noticed that for a split second it hit 17.1 psi in first gear...I thought it was supposed to be limited until fourth? After that it didn't get past 16.8 but I only went through third and let off.
That is a bit high in first but I peak to low 17s when I nail it and then it holds at about a high 15. About 200 rpm prior to shifting it backs down to 14, shifts, and then back in the 15s.
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