Which four functions do you set your ScanGauge to?

Discussion in 'ScanGauge' started by Chuck, Oct 4, 2008.

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Which four functions do you set your ScanGage to?

  1. MPG

    77.6%
  2. MPH or KPH

    20.2%
  3. MAP

    3.8%
  4. GPH

    24.6%
  5. LOD

    29.0%
  6. LP

    2.7%
  7. RPM

    29.0%
  8. TPS

    38.3%
  9. fWT (Coolant Temperature)

    47.5%
  10. fIA (Intake Air Temperature)

    8.7%
  11. FPR

    0.5%
  12. VLT

    19.1%
  13. CPM

    1.6%
  14. IGN

    18.0%
  15. Custom Settings

    48.1%
  16. I use more than one ScanGage while driving

    3.3%
  17. I use metric settings

    13.7%
  18. SoC

    10.9%
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  1. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    Mpg Ave
    Fwt Lod
     
  2. aglie

    aglie Member

    I have a Fiesta and an UltraGauge. I have long-term MPG, short-term MPG, gph, and engine temp (because the Fiesta does not display this), engine load %, and gallons remaining in the tank. So I guess that is 6 things.
     
  3. 08EscapeHybrid

    08EscapeHybrid Moderator

    MPG, CHT, SOC, and LFT. I'm watching my LFT while in transition to E0 gasoline. Once that stabilizes, I think I will switch it to current trip average MPG.
     
  4. Kwon

    Kwon Active Member

    instant ...... trip average
    hp .......... mph

    the lower row is often changed to whatever else like rpm or engine temp, gph
     
  5. pickler

    pickler Well-Known Member

    LOD........DailyMPG
    S.Trim......AFR

    plus my car's factory instant MPG gauge. I sometimes switch to coolant temprature in winter time vs. Short term fuel trim. my fuel trims are always 0 but sometimes they really go negative in winter which means my car is running too rich, so i keep off the throttle to save gas, even though my AFR is reporting stoich (wrong because o2 sensor is still cold). I also use horsepower because my engine is most efficient when making 35 horsepower and the scangauge horsepower figure is very accurate in closed loop.
     
  6. joesgot4

    joesgot4 Well-Known Member

    Rpm
    Mpg average
    Mpg instant
    Mph
     
  7. RedylC94

    RedylC94 Well-Known Member

    Currently:

    Battery current | Engine speed
    Fuel flow rate | Coolant temperature

    (Instantaneous MPG is trivial to compute from flow rate and speed)

    It's annoying to be forced to use up two of the four spaces for basic variables that are standard on normal cars.
    I switch to (12-V) battery voltage occasionally, and may add (traction) battery temperature in the summer.
     
  8. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    With the Prius , I now only use Scangauge for RPM and more importantly , coolant temperature. I do compare the SG Trip info to Toyota's when I fill. The SG still under-reports by 1-2% , but that's still a lot closer than Toyota fcd.
     
  9. JonNC

    JonNC Driving Smarter Since 06/07/2011

    Not a Scangauge, but:

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