that doesn't look too steep...and it seems to be manufacturer specific, not universal so you'll probably get more feedback out of it.
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Well i couldnt find that program for free but a couple of google searches landed me on a scantech program. Check out the gauge screenshot. It works with multiple interfaces and is generic OBD-II. Here's the link http://techdiag.co.uk/obdscantech/ScanTechProject.rar
well i tested the scantech one and its pretty decent. Gauges are better than br-3 software, it worked (kinda) with the br-3 interface and finally i can see MPG! It wouldnt use it as the primary obd reader cause it has communication issues with my br-3 but at least it worked at all.
The BR-3 software is an OBD-II scan tool program whereas datascan etc are consult...there's also a russian program called vcons, I haven't tried it with my PMLS interface yet though. It's all in Russian too.....