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Anybody used on of these

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It plugs into the OBD11 port and seems to have quite a few functions. One of the ones i'm interested with is the gear change position. Reason being is 6 to 5 and then to 4 seems easy to get wrong and i'm not keen on a gear flying through the gearbox.

I while ago i did see a unit that connects to the gear linkage that sends a digital signal to a unit on the dash but for the life of me i can't find where i saw it. Loads out there for motorbikes but none apart from the one i found for cars.

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Havent we been through this ? The problem is the MR2 obd is limited on what you can read , so likely a device like that will be of little use 

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2 hours ago, liner33 said:

Havent we been through this ? The problem is the MR2 obd is limited on what you can read , so likely a device like that will be of little use 

Yes we have and I thought Tony bought an adapter to use with the torque app.

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I did but the tablet isn't user friendly but whatever it's the gear position i really want.

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Latest mission was to colour the interior plastic blue. Ok it's not the leather art in a real 360 but it's better than MR2 black.

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Looking good mate. The part you showed me the other day looked great. That spray gun is pretty good.

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Members did say it was only good for painting fences and i would agree if it didn't have a valve that can be adjusted to change the fan mix meaning it can spray a fine mist.

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