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Thread: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 4/5/6/7/8/9 EvoScan Project

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    Thank you for your reply.
    I wrote to the technical support of EvoScan and they answered me, that elm327 readers will be supported in EvoScan 2.4. But when they will release it, I don't know, maybe in summer.
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    evoscan 2.4

    Hamish has been working hard on updating evoscan. Right now the last version that has been released is version 2.1, but he announced that he will be distributing out new versions more frequently. This is the best datalogging program available for evos, I highly recommend it. It's very affordable as well.

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    I think, that for subaru this programs is great to. I don't know anything better.
    Does anybody tried to use EvoScan with Subaru? And who knows, does the gauges looks natural? (I mean, does the response time of ECU is enough for smooth rotation of arrows?)
    Subaru Forester SG5 2.0 XT - 2002г
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    evoscan

    The movement of the arrows when using the gauge layouts is okay, although it will never outmatch the smoothness of the stock and aftermarket gauges just for the sole reason of mechanical vs virtual gauges. Plus if you're displaying them on your carputer monitor, you probably have to keep glancing over at the screen as opposed to the stock gauges which are sitting right there in front of you.

    Instead of the needle type gauges, evoscan also offers digital gauges which show the ascending and descending numbers instead of the needle. There's a gauge layout in version 2.1 that looks like the panel from Michael J. Fox's car in the movie back to the future. Looks really nice.

    For my setup, I am using road runner with DFX 3.0. I run evoscan as an external application and looks and works great.

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