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Posted Thursday, December 20, 2012 11:00 AM
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phonetictalk (12/20/2012)
I'd love to see cars offer the ability to download your data so you can analyze it yourself (or send it to 3rd parties who can analyze it).







There are seemingly thousands of devices these days that plug into the obd2 port and do varying levels of scanning, logging and analysis.


Just a few

http://www.race-keeper.com/OBDII

http://www.racepak.com/Components/OBDII.php

http://rlcracing.com/micro-pod-expander-obd-ii.htm

http://www.vericomcomputers.com/OBDII.html

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Posted Friday, December 21, 2012 3:09 AM


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Steve, my wife drives a Prius 2. Her consumption is down to 4.4 liters per 100km, which is around 53mpg. She's very happy with that vehicle.

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phonetictalk (12/20/2012)
I'd love to see cars offer the ability to download your data so you can analyze it yourself (or send it to 3rd parties who can analyze it).


Welcome to the 90's my friend! I can not only program my RC cars ESC I can download data from it. I've had an OBD-II reader for a long time and it was worth every cent it cost. Those tend to be more geared towards emissions, etc but I've been able to use it to diagnose issues with a Jaguar and Mercedes I used to own and correct the problems myself. There have been "piggy back" ECU modules for years that allow you to trick the controller in to letting all kinds of things to happen. Point is, what you would like not only exists, it has for a long time.


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