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      04-10-2007, 08:44 PM   #1
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G-tech RR rpm sensing and 335i

I just picked up a G-tech Pro RR and can't get the rpm sensing to work. Is it that the electronic noise that the G-tech reads is too clean on the 335?
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Yes the 12V power source it is plugged into is too well shielded to get any type of useful reading for the G-tech.
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Yes the 12V power source it is plugged into is too well shielded to get any type of useful reading for the G-tech.
Thanks, thats what I figured after multiple failed calibration attempts. Too bad, the shift light would have been very nice for 1/4 mile runs if accurate. It's still a cool little device, if for nothing but assessing post-mod gains and PROcede map refinements.
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