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This is a discussion on GTech PRO SS within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; what are some of the things you guys have heard about this product, it looks like a cool thing and ...

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    GTech PRO SS

    what are some of the things you guys have heard about this product, it looks like a cool thing and it seems like it must be accurate, idk tho

    think it would be a cool thing to have for only 200$

    your opinions please

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    The pro ss is supposed to be pretty accurate. Will it be dead on? Probably not. I use the old version just for checking gains after mods and have been pretty happy with it. I paid like $40 or something on ebay for it. I don't think I'd pay $200 for one but I'm a cheap bastard when it comes to that stuff. I'd rather spend $40 on an older version and save the rest of the money for mods.

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    It's great fun for cornering. It shows G's in all directions without having to turn it sideways like the old ones. I have one and I really like it. It's not good for gas mileage though!

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    I have an older version. It's interesting but the main drawback for me was finding a level stretch of road that these things need to be accurate. Also it's kind of hairy to have to be playing with something on your windshield when you are doing 100 miles an hour. Just my take on these kind of things. But having said that-they are amazingly accurate and there is no other way to get this kind of information. I'd say get one, just be aware of the necessary conditions for accurate useage.

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    Actually it depends on what you're using it for. I found a pretty decent stretch of road that I use mine on. It's long and for the most part flat. I run the same direction everytime on the road under similar conditions ( i.e. late at night) to compare a mod install over a prior run. I know the quarter times might not be the most accurate but I would assume if you try to simulate the same conditions every single time you should be pretty consistent with it. At least that's what I do.

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    i think i'm going to get one, anyone know of a good place to buy one other than EBAY

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    also, do they work for all cars, like if i bought one could i let my friends use it?

    how do you have to set it up?

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    I got mine from JEGS. They just suction cup to the windshield. It takes about 2 minutes to put it in another car. You only have to change the car weight and reset the tach when putting it in a different car. It's easy as long as you have a car scale close by.

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    im going to buy one also

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    zboner, let me know if you have found any good deals on them (whoriesterer) on AIM

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    i know buddy i hope maybe next paycheck(2 weeks) ill find one by then if my car is working fine

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    alright man, havent seen you online much AIM that is

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