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Innovate Motorsports OT-2 OBD-II Scanner & WiFi Interface Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Jason I (Webster, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix — 2012-02-28 06:42:38

This is a very cool product for all the stuff it can do, The only issue i have is that the Dyno is not accurate over 70Hp off. other then that, it is a great tool for so many gauges and works on a rang of cars

Very Impressed

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Reviewed by Jas G (Sumas, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — 2010-12-22 21:11:20

Saw some review videos on Youtube and could not believe that there is no lag in information. Clears and shows you MEL or engine light codes. Installed it under the cupholder in my Toyota Tacoma, only thing you see is my iPhone:)

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Reviewed by soon j (charlotte, NC) — 2011-06-18 13:22:15

so easy to carry&use. so many useful programs included with smartphone app. buy it now!

Not what expected

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Reviewed by Jason N (, ) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado — 2012-10-02 18:34:35

The first thing you read when looking at this is "OT-2 OBD-II Scanner & WiFi Interface". I setup networks all the time and thought, wow, this is a great idea. It arrives, I test it out and it will not connect to the wifi on my Android Phone. Then I start reading everything and and apparently this device uses some secure AH_HOC wireless that only IOS devices understand. So I call the manufacturer and they were really helpful and the first person I talked to said it only works with apple products.

This device do NOT work with Audi / VW, buyers beware

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Reviewed by Hungwei L (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Audi TT — 2011-06-03 00:47:41

I have this for a while, thinking that this item is fully tested and functional. However, when i read up more and more on car tuning, and what the parameters mean (MAF, MAP, IAT, etc), I find it odd that the MAP for my Audi TT 2.0T was always fixed. Boost pressure is measured off the MAP parameter, so it's saying that the turbo boost is always at vacuum. This could not be the case, as i clearly felt the boost, and the dealership did a diagnostic test and the boost was generated normally. Naturally i contacted Innovate Sports for a solution. I was told i would be put on a "problem car" list, whoever knows how long that list is. There has been no support on getting the boost working for Audi/VW vehicles. If you own a Audi/VW and wanted to measure boost like I do, forget about this tool. If you own a vehicle of a different make, you're welcome to try, but be warned, support is next to nil after you buy the product.