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Old 04-11-2006, 10:42 PM   #1
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need some definations of terms used around the site

well i haven't found the SEARCH button yet
so i'm asking for some defs...so i know what you bobblers are talking about...
lol

superMID...???
LDD tires...???

the computer program many are using in their cars...?
i forgot the name already...but if i see it again soon i will come back and post it...?

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also these should be added to the wiki
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Old 04-11-2006, 10:44 PM   #2
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The SuperMID is a MPG

The SuperMID is a MPG computer for pre-obd2 cars. it was originally designed for the Prius, but will work for any car with Fuel Injection. it is made by a member of this site named Yoshi, who lives in Japan.

LRR tires are Low Rolling Resistance tires. They essentially contact the road less (think of them as harder tires) and therefore less energy and momentum is loss due to friction.
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FAS = Forced auto stop. For

FAS = Forced auto stop. For normal cars wishing to turn off their engines like current hybrids do when they are not needed.
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cool thanxwhat is the other

cool thanx
what is the other data acquisition tool i've been reading about...
sorry forget the name

also forgot to ask what the superMID goes for in cash dollar ...
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Re: cool thanxwhat is the other

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cool thanx
what is the other data acquisition tool i've been reading about...
sorry forget the name

also forgot to ask what the superMID goes for in cash dollar ...
You might be thinking of the scangauge, which is an obd2 data device.

I think the supermid goes for around $150 shipped from japan, which is one of the reasons I'm reluctant to get it.
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hey eigerzoom if you look left on your screen from your original first post, that search box is there.

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lol...how did i miss that

lol...how did i miss that !!!

please update my wiki entries with more information
and someone post a gob about the scangauge...looks cool
i'm heard of some very impressive tuning programs that plug directly into the dataling connector...
but obd1 for me...more free support...at least in the honda realm
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Gimme some time and tonight I'll wiki some ****,
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