Birds of prey use crystal-clear vision to take in every detail of their surrounds. When the moment is right, they swoop down on unsuspecting varmints with deadly precision and feast victoriously. Cuckahh! While raptors rule the skies, you rule the roads with an eagle eye over every parameter under your hood thanks to the Superchips iHawk Performance Monitor for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
Part dyno, digital gauge and data logger, the Superchips iHawk gives you total insight to your ride's performance. It tracks and records acceleration, 0-60 rates, 1/4-mile times and a whole lot more. Plus, real-time readouts of key parameters show you exactly how your auto's running, whether you're commuting to work or hot-lapping the track. After the drive, review the data, compare it to previous runs and see how upgrades are altering your ability to burn rubber.
Racecar drivers need pit crews and engineers to get this level of insight—all you need is the Superchips iHawk and the free Superchips iHawk app. The Superchips iHawk LINQ Module plugs right into your OBD-II port and wirelessly transmits the data right to your mobile device. It even reads and clears trouble codes, so you diagnose and fix problems without a costly trip to the mechanic. And, it comes with a 1-year warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous
Sep 23, 2013 1:21 PM
Can this take the governer off my car
Answered by Nathan S. — Sep 23, 2013 1:40 PM
Hi, This is just a monitor and has no programming capability. This one on the other hand can reprogram your car's computer but like most programmers, won't remove the governor due to safety concerns: http://www.autoanything.com/performance-chips/60A4194A0A0.aspxflag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Sep 12, 2013 10:24 PM
Does this product eliminate the speed gov. ??
Answered by Nathan S. — Sep 13, 2013 8:06 AM
Hi, Unfortunately, no. It's essentially a gauge when used with an ipad/iphone, so it can't change anything on your car, just read information from it.flag Accept Answer