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Old 09-20-2007, 11:28 AM
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sct???

ive been looking at the sct stuff. what is the differance in the sct xcal 2 and the sct xcal 3. is the 3 worth the extra $$$$
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I honestly dont know..But I would like to aswell..but I ma sure that the X-Cal 2 is just fine for what you need it for.
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Xcalc 3 has some new bells and whistles - I got to see it and plug it into my truck when Eric from Innovative came over my house a couple of weeks ago. I don't know enough to comment about it but I think it was something to do with live data logging or something!
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I am not sure of the difference. I run the xcal2 and gauges myself. It does everything I need it to do. I am sure the vendors on the site can help you with what you need, just ask them. They are all good people!
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i know it has more memory because that is needed for the new trucks....i think thats what i heard...and the live dattaloging like mentioned by Maintain...
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yes the difference is that the III has more data logging capabilities. and i believe it holds the 3 "canned" tunes as well as 3 custom tunes. that's the basic difference between them, except the looks are a bit different . other than that, they do the same thing. and as far as price difference, i believe matt is selling them for the same price as the old II's, and anyone who orders aN SCT from him, will be getting the III's anyway.
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