There is no point in putting a bunch of money into making your ride perform better if there is no way to tell for sure what your results are. Get all scientific on this deal and quantitatively nail down your improvements with one of our killer Subaru performance monitors here at AutoAnything.
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Hook your ride up with the ultimate performance monitor: the Edge Insight CS/CTS. Simply plugs into your vehicle’s OBD-II port for immediate access to vital engine parameters. View up to 8 parameters at a time in numeric or analog style. Choose between a 2.4” button-controlled screen or a 4.3” touch screen. 1-year warranty.
Keep real-time tabs on your vehicle's vital signs with the ScanGauge II OBD-II Scanner. This powerful performance monitor is loaded with trip computer functions, a digital gauge display and a diagnostic scan tool—all packed into one little box. Easy installation. 1-year warranty.
Bad driving habits are robbing you blind! Take back control with the Bully Dog WatchDog Fuel Economy Monitor. It gauges your driving style to calculate wasted fuel. Then, this performance monitor’s ingenious Driving Coach tells you how to save. 1-year warranty.
Mind your ride’s vitals with the Unichip Flux2 In Car Display. Displaying up to 3 user-customized parameters via your OBDII port, the Unichip car performance monitor lets you know exactly what your motor’s doing. Operates seamlessly with Unichip Performance Chips (not included). 1-year warranty.
Tap your vehicle’s deepest secrets with the Innovate Motorsports OT-2 OBD-II Scanner & WiFi Interface. With the OT-2, your iPhone (or iPod Touch) acts as a wireless gauge display, data logger, dyno, scan tool & efficiency meter, delivering hidden info to the palm of your hand. 6-month warranty.
Even top-of-the-line Subaru performance monitors don't have to cost you an arm and a leg. We have prices so low that our accountants are known to stage full blown revolutions down on their floor. We had to use pepper spray and those big rubber bullets last time on them. It wasn't pretty, but it was a little fun. You haven't lived until you have seen a person use a pocket protector as a weapon.