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Old 05-21-2004, 11:24 PM   #1
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Accel Gen 6 DFI Users Manual

Does anybody have a copy of the users manual for Gen 6 DFI? I bought my system used and it didn't come with the users manual. I have a copy of the EMIC manual but there are some things not covered in it.

If somebody has one and is willing to copy and send it to me I would be willing to pay shipping and whatever it cost for the copying.
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Old 05-24-2004, 10:45 PM   #2
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Isn't there anybody here using the gen 6 system? I've tried Accel and they were no help.
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I *think* I've got a copy @ home. I know I've got the EMIC manual (which is MUCH more helpful), but I'll see what else I can round up.
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Give this a try first...

http://www.quarter-mile.net/ChevyLT1[1].pdf
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Give this a try first...

http://www.quarter-mile.net/ChevyLT1[1].pdf

That's what Accel has on their website. That's just installation instructions. I already have that and the EMIC manual. The EMIC manual is very helpful, however there is no explanation on how to use the data logging function other than to say: Refer to the CALMAP users guide for the execution of this function.
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Old 05-27-2004, 11:03 PM   #6
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Dude, don't waste your time with the data-log function in the DFI 6. It is not like the F.A.S.T. or GEN 7. You have to read the data in another program. For this very reason I am most likely going to convert over to the more powerful GEN 7. I will see if I can find some of my info at home.

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Dude, don't waste your time with the data-log function in the DFI 6. It is not like the F.A.S.T. or GEN 7. You have to read the data in another program. For this very reason I am most likely going to convert over to the more powerful GEN 7. I will see if I can find some of my info at home.

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I'm planning on switching over to the Gen 7 also, but money is tight right now and I don't have $1500. I'd like to at least take advantage of what I have right now.
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