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  1. TurboGauge by Maverick Technology - New Scan Tool 
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    I saw a piece on this in the Sunday Times InGear magazine. Works as a Scan Tool, Black Box, Trip Computer and Digital Gauge. Looks like a new product that aims to do a lot more than the Peake tool for £110 + VAT

    http://www.mavericktechnology.co.uk/product/turbogauge

    Here is the link to the user manual...

    http://www.mavericktechnology.co.uk/..._Manual_Sm.pdf
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    Looks quite interesting and a good price too, I'm not sure it gives too much more than the OBC for day to day use though other than a max speed logger.

    For a diagnostic tool it looks like it can only read/clear engine light codes and reset service indicator. There isn't any access to the airbag and other onboard modules. Still a good alternative to the Peake tool if the codes are easy to decifer though.

    I'd also like to see the OBD2 plug as it's in a bit of an awkward position on the E46, it would have to be very well designed to not get in the way while driving.

    Good find
     
     

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