Thanks Meter 11
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Winterpeg, Manitscoldout
I bought Torque as soon as it came out and its a great little tool and good fun but if you have serious diagnostic work to do the ScanXL packages are really solid and have licensed support for manufacturer specific PIDs.
A few years ago, before I had an android phone or torque existed. I picked up a scantool.net OBDLink bluetooth/usb adapter - they're a fair bit more expensive than the ebay units, but can read way more PID's per second, which probably isn't useful unless you're running a copy of the ScanXL software.
For day to day stuff Torq + ebay bt adapter make me feel dumb for spending all that cash, ug.