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    Thumbs up Spano 888 8th Gen CIVIC

    After Dragging several thread along, now I decided to continue a single thread that contains the
    Projects/Modification on my Car

    Its a 2012 Taffeta White Oriel Prosmatic
    List of Mods are mentioned below (Please click on the links below for Navigation)
    1. Front Camera Page#4
    2. Alloy Rims 16" (White Painted) Michelin Primacy HP 205/55R16 Tyres
    3. Japanese Shocks and Springs for Lowering 1/2"
    4. Tinted Fog Lights and Tinted Windows
    5. Cruise Control
    6. Steering Multimedia Control Buttons
    7. Ultra Gauge OBD-2 On Dash Multi Information Display Page#8
    8. Skunk2 Rear Camber Adjustment Kit
    9. Leatherette Seat Covers (Stitched)
    10. Brembo Brake Caliper Covers
    11. Rear Trunk Fiber Glass Sun Woofer Enclosure
    12. Flip Key (like 9th Gen) Page#1
    13. Motorized Head Lights With Beam Level Adjustment
    14. Royal Shield on full exterior
    15. 3 Pairs HID Installed (All 4300K) In Low Beam, High Beam and FOG Lights
    16. Front Parking LED Lights and Rear Number Plate LED Lights
    17. Solar Powered Auto Circulation FAN for summer
    18. OEM Honda SIDE i-vtec Sticker on Rear Doors
    19. Front TypeR Red Honda Emblem

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    Sir, its a good gadget to keep an eye out on your fuel consumption. The display is eye soothing indeed. Nice choice!!


    But I would like to highlight here two things (with your generous permission ofcourse).

    Some vehicles provide the instantaneous fuel consumption directly on OBD2. The calculation is programmed inside ECU based on injector firing duty cycle.

    Like wise, some vehicles donot support this PID. In this case, the external tool or gauge has to calculate on-the-go based on engine RPM and MAF values. You just need to enter the engine displacement. Its more of theoretical calculation

    Example, ScanXL Pro that I use sometimes, calculates based on this method. It puts the engine CC, rpm, MAF reading in an equation and calulates the MPG or L/100km

    Secondly, some vehicles do not support fuel level info on OBD. Only the instrument cluster works independently (though still communicating with ECU for Speed, RPM, DTC and all) and monitors fuel level, calculates distance remaining based on available level without telling the ECU.

    That being said, I am positive and Looking forward to your installation, application and MPG accuracy in your case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meer55 View Post
    garmin echo route obd ii screen shots
    Please give me any link showing dimensions and features of this Garmin device. I may order this as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustam54 View Post
    @Spano

    Sir, its a good gadget to keep an eye out on your fuel consumption. The display is eye soothing indeed. Nice choice!!


    But I would like to highlight here two things (with your generous permission ofcourse).

    Some vehicles provide the instantaneous fuel consumption directly on OBD2. The calculation is programmed inside ECU based on injector firing duty cycle.

    Like wise, some vehicles donot support this PID. In this case, the external tool or gauge has to calculate on-the-go based on engine RPM and MAF values. You just need to enter the engine displacement. Its more of theoretical calculation

    Example, ScanXL Pro that I use sometimes, calculates based on this method. It puts the engine CC, rpm, MAF reading in an equation and calulates the MPG or L/100km

    Secondly, some vehicles do not support fuel level info on OBD. Only the instrument cluster works independently (though still communicating with ECU for Speed, RPM, DTC and all) and monitors fuel level, calculates distance remaining based on available level without telling the ECU.

    That being said, I am positive and Looking forward to your installation, application and MPG accuracy in your case.
    I will share my experiences and results however I have read in the instructions that there is some learning/calibration mode on the Ultragauge. This lets the device to calculate fuel consumption accurately

    One question still remains in my mind that, the fuel quantity we buy from filling stations is not what we pay for it.
    the scale is almost never accurate and is less than actual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meer55 View Post
    no...............
    have you ever thought about making it work ?
    or do you wish to make Cruise control work

    what about the multimedia buttons. Do they work ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Your point about theft is absolutely right and for that I was thinking to tint the triangular glass 100% black
    well the area you are mentioning, I don't think, it will be easy to look at it during driving
    Well, I have ordered a horizontal surface bracket, so let's see.
    Its not that difficult to look at it to be honest..i still wont place my ultragauge near any window whether its tinted or not because this is pakistan bro..rest u can choose the best place for urself i wuld still say that place it somewhere discreet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    I will share my experiences and results however I have read in the instructions that there is some learning/calibration mode on the Ultragauge. This lets the device to calculate fuel consumption accurately

    One question still remains in my mind that, the fuel quantity we buy from filling stations is not what we pay for it.
    the scale is almost never accurate and is less than actual.
    From my experience of using ultragauge its quite accurate..and yes u need to calibrate it to make it as accurate as possible..i havent done that cz its a long procedure cz u have to enter the fuel used in reality by brim to brim method and the ultragauge then corrects itself to display the accurate result next time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    have you ever thought about making it work ?
    or do you wish to make Cruise control work

    what about the multimedia buttons. Do they work ?
    and what is your answer about cruise control and Multimedia control.

    hmmm

    let me show my my car's picture
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    this is my car and in yellow, I have a proposed space for placing the ultragauge
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    here are some more pictures of FlipKey
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    this thingis in two parts
    1-i bought Garmin obll from here ( pakwheel) 15000rs
    2 i bought garmin nuvi 1390lmt form homeshopping.pk 14500rs
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    30,000 hmmmmm

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    The dispay is really good. I want to know the features related to fuel consumption dispay and distance to empty.

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    Spano
    it is up to u buy both things and spend 30000rs or only buy Garmin obdll ang use it with any Android phone with free app

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    for fuel make car profile , fuel rate in $ . and fuel filling .

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    How do you compare it with ultra gauge and scan gauge

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    I mean which one do you think is better , more accurate and applicable ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spano View Post
    Yes, 11th gen
    also 10th Gen key's shell are available
    Bro your are talking about the chinne remoter systems or any key shells Oem for 11 gen corolla


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    I Have this one with me for 5 years now .

    Works flawlessly on all my cars and it even works with swift as well.

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    I have it in My Mira E;S
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