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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by p38arover View Post
    The EAS Kicker is for the RRC and P38A EAS, not L322.
    Oops, my bad !
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    Quote Originally Posted by p38arover View Post
    The EAS Kicker is for the RRC and P38A EAS, not L322.

    I'm not sure which year model knares' L322 is so I can't make definitive suggestions for diagnostic gear.

    There is the BlackBox Solutions MSV-2 Hardware - BLACKBOX SOLUTIONS LTD but, for early models, the software might be too expensive for him.

    For later models the BlackBox Solututions Nanocome Evolution Welcome - NANOCOM Diagnostics is a good option.

    Alternatively, for all models the Gap Diagnostics IID Tool is also worth consideration. Diagnostic tool for Land Rover - Gap Diagnostic
    I have a HawkEye, how does that compare with the Gap diagnostic
    I have to buy the license for my vehicle which is about au$400
    My RR is a 2005 model

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    Quote Originally Posted by knares View Post
    I have a HawkEye, how does that compare with the Gap diagnostic
    Sorry, I've never played with a Hawkeye.
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    $400 is almost the cost of a IID tool.
    L322 tdv8 poverty pack - wow
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 49-107 (probably selling) turbo, p/steer, RFSV front axle/trutrack, HF, gullwing windows, double jerrys etc.
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 48-699 another project
    Track Trailer ARN 200-117
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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    $400 is almost the cost of a IID tool.
    Yes, thatís why I was wondering if the hawkeye was superior.
    At the moment I can buy the license for the hawkeye for $325au on ebay
    but if the gap was better, i would rather buy the gap tool

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    The BT IID tool has a lot of features. More than I use. I have altered the CCF using mine and used it to monitor voltage EGTs and other temps simultaneously. Importantly to identify and clear fault codes. Which the Hawkeye does.

    I have a phone holder on the dash so can use it like an extra set of instruments while driving. BT means no cord from the IIDTOOL to my phone.

    IIDTOOL also emails fault code lists so you can keep a record.
    L322 tdv8 poverty pack - wow
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 49-107 (probably selling) turbo, p/steer, RFSV front axle/trutrack, HF, gullwing windows, double jerrys etc.
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 48-699 another project
    Track Trailer ARN 200-117
    REMLR # 137

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    Quote Originally Posted by knares View Post
    Yes, thatís why I was wondering if the hawkeye was superior.
    At the moment I can buy the license for the hawkeye for $325au on ebay
    but if the gap was better, i would rather buy the gap tool
    Island4x4 have the unlock codes for around $250 / £145 online at the moment. Don't have to pay tax as it's being sent outside the Uk. Last I checked, postage was around $15. But they can probably just email you the unlock code. (I know Bearmach have said they can just email it). Might be worth a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    The BT IID tool has a lot of features. More than I use. I have altered the CCF using mine and used it to monitor voltage EGTs and other temps simultaneously. Importantly to identify and clear fault codes. Which the Hawkeye does.

    I have a phone holder on the dash so can use it like an extra set of instruments while driving. BT means no cord from the IIDTOOL to my phone.

    IIDTOOL also emails fault code lists so you can keep a record.
    Hi, what do you do about the gap tool and catching it with your foot whilst driving?

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    It is a nuisance. Scott LRD4 on here bought a few extension cords. The OBD plug is smaller than the IID TOOL, and at a right angle, so that helps.
    L322 tdv8 poverty pack - wow
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 49-107 (probably selling) turbo, p/steer, RFSV front axle/trutrack, HF, gullwing windows, double jerrys etc.
    Perentie 110 wagon ARN 48-699 another project
    Track Trailer ARN 200-117
    REMLR # 137

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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    It is a nuisance. Scott LRD4 on here bought a few extension cords. The OBD plug is smaller than the IID TOOL, and at a right angle, so that helps.
    Right angle...that would help heaps. Have the look into that.

    Thanks

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