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Scangauge question

iight i just got mine in the mail yesterday from Trent and well i love it..wish i had one earlier but there are some gauges i have no idea what they are..

i searched got a few but not all of them..

anybody got a list and the letter symbols?
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Oh your probably wondering about the x-gauges I put in. The TQ is torque, HPR is horsepower, TRN is transmission, FL is fuel level. I think thats it
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I have these displayed on my scanguage:

FWT
FIA
TPS
MPG
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I have MPH, MPG, TFT, FWT
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Oh your probably wondering about the x-gauges I put in. The TQ is torque, HPR is horsepower, TRN is transmission, FL is fuel level. I think thats it
are those custom ones?
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Not really custom, just ones you can add that don't come on it stock. I didn't add senders or anything like that for them.
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yeah i didnt know you could put custom ones in i want to learn more i want one of these for the focus
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Not really custom, just ones you can add that don't come on it stock. I didn't add senders or anything like that for them.
how did you add them?
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how did you add them?
Look on the website. It tells you.
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Theres a menu option, you just enter like 4-5 different number codes you can get off scangauges website.

http://scangauge.com/support/xgauge.shtml
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sweet! thanks for that
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woww thats awsome glad i bought that one..lol

i was getting werid numbers and finally found the engine thingy and was still set on 3.0 blah!
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Oh haha yeah, thats weird I thought I actually changed it to 5.4 lol
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nope was still on 3.0 i need to write all the codes on an index card im never going to remember them all lol
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Theres a menu option, you just enter like 4-5 different number codes you can get off scangauges website.

ScanGaugeII - Add-A-Gauge
sweet link trent, the only X-gauge i had was the HP, now i can add others
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how do you get the horsepower reading to be accurate? it said my 3.0 was hitting 180 hp...
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Yeah I got mine to read 200 a couple of times lol. Its reading engine horsepower so it might be higher than what is actually put to the wheels.
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where does it read the HP from? i got on it yesterday and had it read 260 yesterday..and was thinking thats way higher then the OEM stock info -- i mean i know ive got a programmer and crap but it seemed high
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I don't know how it calculates it either, but I got the F150 to read 345 one day with the 93 octane tune on a cold dry day!
Stock tuning I got it to 299.
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its HP before the flywheel maybe?
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might be
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Guy at Linear Logic, makers of the Scangauge, said that the horsepower rating is at the flywheel without accessories. I don't base my actual horsepower off of it but it will give you a baseline for when you do mods.
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okay that makes sense. and thats actually a good idea, using it to see how mods add hp
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