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Data Logging Boost

Does anyone use a GM 3 Bar MAP to dataLog their boost with the SCT Xcal 2?
If not what are you using to datalog it.

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Im using the Zeitronix MAP Boost Sensor, 50 PSI (3.5 Bar) absolute pressure. It plugs into my wiring harness and I can view boost on the LCD display. Cost was a little over $100.


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