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I am the Stig
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USB connects the SCT to the Laptop, SCT connects to the car though OBD-II. Start the laptop, plug in the SCT into the car, then the USB. Windows will reconigize the tuner if you have the driver installed. Start the SCT livelink and you shouldn't get any error codes. The wideband requires a special plug that you can get from VMP tuning that so that you can use one of the two analog inputs on the SCT.
 

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"Do Work"
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+1 on what was said above.

Xcal 2
Laptop
Printer Cable (Cord) is what I use. USB to Small USB.

Plug the Xcal2 into the Computer. Then Plug your Xcal2 into the OBD11 port. Turn ACC on, and pick what you want to view/monitor through Livelink. Start the car, click the "green" button at the top left corner, and your on your way! When your done save the file, and open it in Excel or the livelink program.

If you open the file in Excel, it will open in a huge Excel format, with all the numbers/variables. If you open in Livelink, its a bit easier, and you are looking at exactly what you were doing. You can click the circular gauges at the top and have them "used" as something to show (Load, RPMS, Speed, ETC).

Hope this helps!
 
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