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Has anyone messed with a Datalogger on there Old School Elantra. I am looking at getting the Software and Harness and was wondering if anyone else has messed with it. I'll let you know how it turns out!!<img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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AT 14psi HOLD ON TO YOUR SEAT, IT"S GONNA BE A WILD RIDE !!!!

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You need a laptop but a elcheapo will do, it works like the dealers scanner, it's kinda cool.
 

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Yeah I knew bout the Laptop but I was wondering if anyone has used it for tuning their car?

Here are the specifications of the datalogger that Iam getting:
Datalogger specifications
Factory scan tool emulation
Display and clear the CHECK ENGINE error codes
Sensor display
Air flow sensor
Throttle position sensor
RPM
Injector pulse width
Battery/system voltage
Coolant temperature
Barometer
O2 Sensor
Spark advance
ISC stepper position
EGR temperature
Switch position
Idle
Park/Neutral
A/C request
A/C control
Power steering
Turn on/off each of the actuators
Injectors
Fuel pump relay
Purge solenoid
Fuel pressure solenoid
Wastegate solenoid
Datalogging
Can log all of the above factory data plus much much more - for example...
Fuel trims
Knock sensor
Air volume
Acceleration enrichment
More being added all the time
Typically achieves 50-75 samples per second, depending on computer speed and RPM (as RPMs increase, the ECU has less time to respond due to time spent firing the coils and injectors)
Sophisticated charting tool, including live data scrolling graphs (Windows version only)
Virtual gauges (this feature currently under development)
Can export to any spreadsheet program (this feature works in DOS version, currently under development in Windows version)
Can take a snapshot in PNG format for easy publishing on the Web (Windows version only) (this feature currently under development)
Computers supported
Any DOS or Windows 95/NT based computer (not yet tested on Windows 98, but no problems are forseen)
Connects to COM1 or COM2 serial ports
Requires at least a 386 with 2MB for the DOS version. We recommend at least a 486 with at least 12MB for the Windows 95 version.
DOS version is text-based, non-graphical.
If you are strapped for cash, we recommend running the DOS version on one of the many bottom-of-the-barrel 386 or 486 laptops now showing up on the market. The data you save to disk can then be analyzed on a more powerful Windows desktop machine in your home or office.
The Datalogger cable is long enough to allow you place your laptop in the passenger seat.
Cars supported

<img src="http://www.speed-factor.com/turbo2_small.jpg" border=0>

AT 14psi HOLD ON TO YOUR SEAT, IT"S GONNA BE A WILD RIDE !!!!

For Pictures Visit http://www.speed-factor.com
 
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