My thought is; the obd2 stand alone scanner would be your best bet. My experience with phone users is they trade up about every year or 2. New phone may or may not be compatible with scan program of last phone.
Also, the better stand alone scanners will have ABS, & SIR scanning capabilities.
Whats up Guys....I am looking at doing my own tuning for tire size and more...My engine is stock 1995 LT1 5.7 auto..I know I will need a laptop and the obd1 connector... I have a few of old DOS based laptops. It may have win95 os....Maybe you guys can get me started....?
People still tuning 1994-1995 LT1s probably have tried EEHack by now, which has a built in flash tool that's alright.
Well, if anything happens during a flash procedure, your ECM is dead, right?
I've been working on a new/better reflash tool for theses cars.
The goal is to make...
I am trying to do an E85 speed density closed loop tune on my OBD1 (1994 ECM) swapped 1996 Camaro.
Do the narrow bands read E85 the same as gasoline? I am having idle issues. If I set the IAC/TPS to start up and idle with the car cold in open loop, when it gets warmed up and in closed loop the...
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I’ve already have a laptop I have set aside specifically for tuning use in tuning my car.
What are your thoughts on this product for this price.
I have the $ as part of my car resto budget...
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