I have seen you mention key counts several times.So got to build my key counts back up.
I have the wired version and wireless version. The wired version allows you to use forscan with the car.Buying it
think that and the apps I can do data logs sufficient enough to gauge how my cars playing tune and down pipe? As safety measure
since I can’t use Cobb to log
ordered will be here tomorrow
I've got forscan so I can change Ford specific car settings like enabling linelock... Unless obd fusion has the same functionality.But just so you know....with OBDFusion...you have to spend an extra $20 or something, to get the Ford-Lincoln-Mercury PID's. So proceed at your own discretion. Don't wanna send you down a road and then you find out that its more money.
I've got the same setup on my Honda CR-Z. I'd do the same in the Mustang but I've always got my tuner plugged in being used as a gauge screen.FWIW, i have a cheap Amazon OBD Bluetooth adapter. It works well with Torque Pro and even lets me access some of the cars modules through the full version of ForScan on my laptop. If i am looking to make any As-Built mods i use the hard wired to my laptop adapter.
Not sure about other phone apps but Torque Pro has a PID editor that allows you to create PID to monitor anything that is on the CAN bus. There is also a plugin for Torque Pro that allows you to display monitored parameters on your Sync3 screen via Android Auto. I play with it on occasion but don't feel the need to be seeing anything more than what is available on the dash.
The "OBDLink MX" doesn't "record" anything. Its merely an I/O device that will plug into the port and send the data to the app. The app, whether you use Forscan, Torque Pro, OBDFusion or anything else, is what records the data.Can the obdlink snd fusion record the exact same data log? Or missing anything important