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Old 04-01-2005, 12:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A free alternative to Tunerstein

I've been using Tunerstein for a while and I love it (it's free);
http://students.db.erau.edu/~szabafab/stein/
Here's another free logging software option that a good fella posted on dsmtuners. He said he liked it better and is easier to use. I'm going to try it and see what's up. Anyone else?
http://www.qcontinuum.org/obdgauge/index.htm



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Well it took me a little while to figure OBDgauge out. From the options menu remember to choose your right interface and connection (for me it was Multiplex/ISO). Also, choose to only scan displayed parameters. This gave me a better sampling rate. I removed unncessary items, like vehicle speed and rear O2 readings, and moved logging and monitoring parameters to the first two pages. I'm still used to Tunerstein, but I try this for a while longer.



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I've used it enough to say I like tunerstein better. I like the display on obdgauge, but it just dosen't monitor as crisp, or play back, as well as tunerstein.



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