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NeXuS
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NeXuS Jan 5, 9:57pm - #77112 

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Gtech Pro [Performance or Competition] ?

Hi all,

Anyone have tried both, or heard anything about both of them?

The competition version come with a shift light, an lcd display and some more measurements...

I want to know if both perform as well as each other in term of HP measurement.

http://www.gtechpro.com/products.html



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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 5, 10:35pm - #77113 

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my friend has the competiton ver. and he says it's really nice. but not totaly accurate

the pro sucks imo, it's much less user friendly.

but i were you then i'ld get the Apex-i rev/speed meter with G-sensor

it's mch more accurate, easier to use, and has mor functions

Apex-i rev speed meter

but one thing i was wandering is, does anyone know where to get it with mph instead of km/h

it says "apex-i rev/speed meter gp (km/h)
but it also says you can do quarter mile times, 0-60mph and 0-100mph, so i'm not real sure on this. but i won't be using mine for my speedo anyway. just times and hp
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skdmorse
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skdmorse Jan 5, 11:43pm - #77114 

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I like my gtech comp.

It gives very acurate 0 to 60 times and quarter mile times. The HP may not be completely acurate but it does give you a base line to judge future performance upgrades against...
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Steven
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Steven Jan 5, 11:48pm - #77115 
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Which is exactly what it was designed for.

Originally Posted by skdmorse
I like my gtech comp.

It gives very acurate 0 to 60 times and quarter mile times. The HP may not be completely acurate but it does give you a base line to judge future performance upgrades against...
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 5, 11:54pm - #77116 

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yeah i know, it is nice, i just said not "totaly" acurate, i think it off like 7-10 hp on average. it's 100 times better than the pro.

and it's a lot easier to use, def a great gadget.

i just said i like the apex-i one better, but it is more expensive and harder to install.
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Steven
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Steven Jan 6, 12:00am - #77117 
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Yes it is because the apex rev/speed meter needs to be hardwired to the ECU whereas the gtech pro/comp just plug into the cig lighter.
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 6, 8:11pm - #77118 

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yeah if you want good price and easy instalation go G-Tech.

and one more advantage of the g-tech is you can always take it out and use it in any car
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