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Never bought from Wayne. Alon gave me stickers though =P



And actually Shane, it's Shane + Steve > Alon + Wayne > Jusnes
wow.


I think alon is all warm and fuzzy inside.
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Alon, will these work on a '97 Mustang?

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Yeah. I can honestly say I never thought I'd need something like this, but after driving my buddies BMW that actually has a MPG guage in the cluster I can definitely see how you could get better mileage. Just gotta try and keep it to the point where you are getting peak mileage at all times.

Might have to pick one of these up sooner or later.
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I haven't gotten anything from Alon yet but from what I've heard he's just as good as Wayne is. I would buy from whoever was cheaper lol
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Alon, will these work on a '97 Mustang?

Brenton
According to the compatability chart here (http://scangauge.com/support/CompatibleVehicles.shtml)

Yes it should work just fine!
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I think alon is all warm and fuzzy inside.
Playing sneaky butcher with Alon again huh? That's gross.

JK.
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I (Underdog-Performance.com) do have them in stock so there is no 2 week wait on my part. Alon may be the same, I'm not sure. Fox news may be why they are backording them. All that publicity.
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Wayne FTW






actually.... Wayne + Alon > Jusnes imo.
it doesnt take both to be better than Jusnes, what school graduated you???

Wayne > Jusnes
Alon > Jusnes

Wayne == Alon
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should we have a race? lol
Yes, both of you guys ship a Scanguage to me and I'll tell you what one I receive first.
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wayne would prbly ship faster he is out of texas and you are in NC = less distance to travel
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went from 32 to 38 mpg in the civic...id say its a good investment...
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Alon hooked me up, got mine and some stickers :-D

went from 16-17 to 19-20mpg :-) not to mention seeing the difference statistically when you add mods...
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These things look neat. I'm gonna have to check it out.
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I love my scangauge. The tranny temp is pretty accurate too, last time Alon and I went to Pismo, we talked to eachother on the radio and our tranny temps were consistently within 5 degrees of eachother.
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