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I'm looking for a good app or gauge to measure 1/4 mile performance and provide some virtual dyno information, what is a good option?

I really like the look of the Gtech-Pro RR but doesn't look like it has been updated in awhile.

Any ideas and suggestions?

Thanks

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Thanks for the reply and I am having buyers remorse...bought the InTune, didn't think I needed all functions of the Trinity.

Live and Learn!

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Thanks for the reply and I am having buyers remorse...bought the InTune, didn't think I needed all functions of the Trinity.

Live and Learn!

brian

Oh no! I take it you already hooked it up to you r car and cant return it? Try a long shot and see if DS will take it back if you buy thr Trinity.
 

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Yup!

I've started playing with PerfExpert and it has some nice features. Hope to test more this weekend.

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Yup!

I've started playing with PerfExpert and it has some nice features. Hope to test more this weekend.

brian
Thanks. :smileup: Please share your experience. I've played with TT Dyno, but it also hasn't been updated in a while and I can't vouch for the accuracy.

It seems most of these take a lot of tweaking of parameters (weight, drag, barometric pressure, temperature, humidity, etc.) to get realistic results. But I'm interested to see what the accelerometer-based apps like your are like.
 

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Haven't had a chance to try a dyno run in PerfExpert yet, it requires quite a bit of road to redline a Challenger in 2nd gear!
 
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