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    what do you think about this?:
    http://www.blazt.biz/

    isnt it too much expensive?


    seems so simple...

  • #2
    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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    • #3
      its not the consult program but looks better tahn the br-3 i'm using now. I wonder if some of the reading is done with the software end. I'll download and test it.
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      • #4
        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
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        • #5
          Try Nissan Datascan 1.52. It has some nice guages

          And there is a new release of ECUTalk out
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          • #6
            Originally posted by ShawJohn
            Try Nissan Datascan 1.4. It has some nice guages
            That's what you get with the Blazt interface... for others look here...
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            • #7
              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.
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              • #8
                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.....
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                • #9
                  shame it needs 1024x768 cause most EPIA carPC's are now able to run 800x480
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                  • #10
                    yea the program i tested was TRUE 800x600. Small portion is outside the range of my lilli
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                    • #11
                      For G35, 350Z, Titan, and Altima SE-R you might like to check out Cipher GB or http://www.uprev.com

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                      • #12
                        ecutalk will resize to any screen size, including widescreen. also has pocket pc version. also free

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                        • #13
                          conzult is free along with many others. You just need a consult to laptop cable and you are set. PLMS and a few others make one. There are instructions all over on how to make your own.

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                          • #14
                            Here are some great sources of info for various Nissans. Not sure if your car is OBD I or II since nissan sold both during the 1997. (at least in North America)

                            Data Scan

                            Biki Rom

                            300 Degree

                            PLMS Developments

                            CalumSult

                            OBD Scan Tech

                            Nissan Club

                            Daughterboard Writeup

                            This should get you started. Ive found through looking around that about $100 to $130 is the average for the hardware and software combos.
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                            • #15
                              Calum is a good friend of mine, he has posted up all the info you need to make a PC cable/Consult port scanner. I recommend that for sure.

                              PLMS would be my second choice as it is simple, they did all the work!

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