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ok guy i have a buddy that just became a dealer for this product i am very interested in it did a lil research on it seems like a pretty cool pice what are some of your thought about this product is it something worth or what.
up in the air feed back would be great
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I intentionally bought a car without the EVIC, since I knew I was getting the Trinity. It has the Predator functions for tuning etc. plus all the gauges you'd want without cutting up my car to mount gauge pods.
The Trinity is what I am going to buy also. I am a BIG believer in keeping a log at the track, and with the trinity I will have all the info I need at my fingertips so I can get it logged correctly. It will be nice to go from having to wrestle around a laptop to just looking at this cool little box thingy
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Exactly. I log about 6 parameters on all my runs. The Trinity has tons of RAM. Actually, I forgot to turn off the datalogging on my last run, and it logged my 45 minute drive back home the last time out.
I never thought about it, but someone at Diablo said it should time out and turn itself off. I usually just take it in the house when I get home and load things up in the dataviewer program. For me, it is easier to read and control the data as I view it.
Not wishing anyone a dead battery but if you could try it that would be great. There are two of us on the Diablo forums that have this problem. Be in monitoring mode at shutdown and do not hit the halt button. Then let the car sit. 8 hours later the battery is dead. Something is keeping the accessaries from completely powering down.
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