g tech question

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  1. f-a-s

    f-a-s New Member

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    these things cant be that accurate can they be?

    let me know what yall think
     
  2. Wolf

    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    If you use it on a flat road w/o bumps or potholes, they are pretty accurate.
     
  3. Smeckel

    Smeckel Guest

    I did alittle testing with one on a long stretch near my house and was actually pretty acurate. Have your car weighed at a truck scale for more accuracy with the G-tech.
     
  4. 4C FED

    4C FED Ain't my GOD DAMN planet understand monkey-boy!

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    By looking at your sig I might think you have a Typhoon.
    If you do, the readings will be less accurate.
    Other Sy/Ty owners have used them and found discrepancies.
    I have one and used it just for comparison purposes after making a change rather than going to the track.
     
  5. f-a-s

    f-a-s New Member

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    thats what i thoguth cause damn thing said i ran a [email protected]. LOL which is impossible in my case

    :)
     

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