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 Posted: Thu Nov 20th, 2008 08:38 pm
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dj1966
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cheers for reply. i've been in touch with vosa who can't understand why it needs one either, so i.m waiting for my callibrations agent to get back to me to see what happens next.  will let you know outcome...

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 Posted: Tue Nov 18th, 2008 11:27 pm
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dj1966 wrote: my equipment ie. motorscan eurogas 8020 and dsm.9010 are on the acceptable list ,but i've been told by my calibrations engineer  that i need a 8290 rpm counter for my dsm  that connects to obd socket at a cost of over £800.00 .(the cost direct from motorscan is 280.00 euros) any ideas if this is the only sollution as motorscan also do other leads that connect to the battery . also what age cars needs connecting to the obd socket if any at all.  any info much appreciated.cheers .......

Hi,

 No requirement at the moment to my knowlege, but is in the pipeline for the future.

Wes.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 18th, 2008 08:36 pm
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my equipment ie. motorscan eurogas 8020 and dsm.9010 are on the acceptable list ,but i've been told by my calibrations engineer  that i need a 8290 rpm counter for my dsm  that connects to obd socket at a cost of over £800.00 .(the cost direct from motorscan is 280.00 euros) any ideas if this is the only sollution as motorscan also do other leads that connect to the battery . also what age cars needs connecting to the obd socket if any at all.  any info much appreciated.cheers .......

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