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    Quote Originally Posted by stevieg
    You can make a scantool.net one yourself for 15
    I got one assembled. Happy with it. Though as a stop gap, I got the digimoto software until I get around to writting my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy
    Are you sure this isnt the kind that records data and then you plug it into your pc to do diagnostics? Maybe it records for 100 hours then you can go read it on the pc?
    I think you have it. I saw these at Sears the other day. They also have one that will record 300 hours of data.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfay93
    I think you have it. I saw these at Sears the other day. They also have one that will record 300 hours of data.
    Yeah i think thats the same one i saw. Pretty cheap manufacturing as i recall. Obviously throw-away.....

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    @ stevieg do you the schematic for the scantool.net for 15?

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    @ stevieg and shotgunefx, any details on the scantool for 15 or where you got it assembled from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by affie
    @ stevieg and shotgunefx, any details on the scantool for 15 or where you got it assembled from?
    I bought mine assembled for around $70 USD from I belive digimoto.com

    Quote Originally Posted by bertybassett
    @ stevieg do you the schematic for the scantool.net for 15?
    They have schematics on scantool.net 's website.

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    spelling nazi
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    no cuz i dont pay attention to simple mistakes like that because everyone makes them. it doesnt necessarily mean they dont know what they are talking about.

    plus, adding the newb comment added insult to injury there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vchat20
    no cuz i dont pay attention to simple mistakes like that because everyone makes them. it doesnt necessarily mean they dont know what they are talking about.

    plus, adding the newb comment added insult to injury there.
    Did I miss a post in there somewhere?

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    no. i was originally responding to ChrominImpala, but it looks as if his sorry *** was banned.
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