February 15, 2005

But will it make my go cart fly like Super Mario's?

From Dustbury, a pointer to the latest in great gadgets, IMHO.

JSC Speed has introduced something called the TurboXS DTEC, which takes one ordinary Nintendo Game Boy Advance (not included) and turns it into an actual automotive-diagnostic device. The various modules allow you to read turbo boost, exhaust temperature, intake air temperature, and RPMs; future modules will include detonation sensors and skidpad readings in g.

If you're a gearhead, then you're probably drooling. For the rest of us, we can simply admire the elegant crossover of technologies.

Posted by Ted at February 15, 2005 11:29 AM
Category: SciTech

You're right on time with this one,Ted.Just so happens that I'm starting to dive kinda deep into electronic engine management systems lately.Besides just for the sake of doing it it's also gonna help me in both some future hop up as well as hop down(I'll explain later!) projects I'm starting to plan for.Ill have to look into this one.

Posted by: Russ at February 16, 2005 01:03 AM
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