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Thread: TrackAddict + MPVI2 = more data?

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    TrackAddict + MPVI2 = more data?

    Can I collect / broadcast more data than I would get through another bluetooth OBD module by using the MPVI2 with TrackAddict?

    I'm looking to get knock data, oil pressure and other data that I don't see with my current generic bluetooth module.

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    I have a C5 Corvette and I am able to log more items, not everything, but more items than I was able to with a traditional BT device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boozshey View Post
    I have a C5 Corvette and I am able to log more items, not everything, but more items than I was able to with a traditional BT device.
    I also have a C5... can you tell me whta extra items you are able to see and log?

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    Yes, TrackAddict has included some enhanced parameters for GM vehicles. These were developed prior to the inclusion of HP Tuners IP, so they are more limited and generic than what you'd find in VCM Scanner, and are provided on an as-is basis. We also have an MPVI2 firmware update coming that will greatly expand upon this for MPVI2 users, but I don't have a date nailed down for that yet...

    In the meantime, there are two ways to access what TrackAddict has today:

    1) Use an MPVI2 with TrackAddict for Android. This is a free bonus for our MPVI2 users.

    2) Use the "Pro" version of TrackAddict for iOS. Note that 3rd party devices may have varying success with these enhanced parameters.


    Here's the list of GM parameters that we'll try to detect in the current version of TrackAddict (as of July 1, 2020). What's actually available or working from this list will vary depending on the vehicle:
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    Accelerator Pedal position
    Brake Pedal: off/soft/hard
    Clutch Pedal
    Oil Temp
    Barometric Pressure
    Commanded Air/Fuel Ratio
    Knock Retard
    Cycles Without Emission Fault
    Cycles Without Other Fault
    Mileage Since Code Clear
    Fuel Level
    Oil Pressure
    Transmission Fluid Temp
    Gear number and/or ratio
    Steering Wheel Angle (early C7 Corvettes, maybe some others)
    Individual Wheel Speeds (early C7 Corvettes, maybe some others)
    High-Res Vehicle Speed (early C7 Corvettes, maybe some others)