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Old 06-30-2008, 12:09 PM   #1
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anyone have any X-gauge codes?

I have had my scangauge for about 3 months now and was wondering if anyone knew of a place that had codes for the X-gauge other than what is on their web site. they seem to be adding more codes but they seem to be for all the hybrids.

I already have it displaying horsepower and torque also air/fuel ratio. I just wonder what the limitations of it are.
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some codes are generic to all vehicles
some codes are manufacturer specific

in both cases they should be on the innnanet somewhere

what car and what code?
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Look over at CleanMPG. Dan is doing some AMAZING work finding all sorts of new Xgauge stuff.
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thanks for the info I will check cleanmpg

I wasn't looking for a particular code but was wondering if it could do 0-60 times and also qtr miles times as well. I figure that it has more applications than just what is on the web site and was just curious if anyone else had played with it.
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I doubt it'll do those things.
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Old 07-03-2008, 06:51 AM   #6
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I know it can pick up speed and distance and it has an internal timer of some sort (though I don't know it's accuracy) my concern was more the starting and the stopping.

also if anyone has the bit definitions for the code, that may help too. I realize that this information is not readily available but I figured there may be some computer gurus on here that may have done this. then again maybe not.

also those measurements were more of an idle curiosity.
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this is what i use to monitor lean burn on my civic:
TXD 686AF10115
RXF 044105150000
RXD 2808
MTH 000100020000
NAM LBN
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now I'm really confused. I am not a honda guy so don't laugh.

I thought that the VX models were the only one that went into lean burn (also the insight but it doesn't really count)

what models of the civic (or anything) goes into lean burn. I really want one of these lean burn vehicles. I live in North Carolina so I don't have to worry about emissions as long as my check engine light isn't on.

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The Cadillac CTS (and the new Camaro that's coming out soon) have a Direct Injection VVT V6 with ultra-lean burn.
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what kind of mileage could you expect out of a lean burn V6 though.

I understand that they are trying to give you the best of both worlds. better FE without sacrificing so much power but wouldn't that technology be better in a 4cyl or even a 3
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