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Aterra dash dyno? anyone use it? by LoW_KeY
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Report this Post07-13-2013 08:26 PM Click Here to See the Profile for LoW_KeYSend a Private Message to LoW_KeYEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
http://www.auterraweb.com/dyno-scan-bluetooth.html just curious anyone use one? good? looking to track data on car and see whats going on... see it's smart phone accessible too...

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There are a number of dash-top units that give good and accurate, ET's, trap speeds, and horsepower readings. Those devices contain an accelerometer and a GPS unit built in. By measuring time over distance via the GPS and at the same time, acceleration over a fixed distance, they will get your times and be accurate with the best 1/4 mile measurements. G-Tech is still the premier unit but there are a number of other devices that have come on the market that do the same thing. There is even an iPhone application that offers some of the best features of the dash top units. As for Aterra, I believe it works by tracking RPMs over time.
BTW, G-Tech readings have been compared with 1/4 mile times and speeds on the track and they agree perfectly. There are You Tube videos on it.

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I was curious about reading data on the car etc. how accurate it is...
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