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  1. I had to retire the LC-1 due to a melt down during the dyne sessions at AJ's. Nobody knows how it happened but it went south. So I decided to go with the AEM after reading many great reviews of it here. Now I'm stuck and need some help. I can't seem to get a good reading to the Trinity when I feed the analog line to it. I'm not sure if the gauge needs to be configured in some way, or if i'm just retarded when I input the values for the PID but the readings are all over the place. The installed gauge is reading right. Diablosport's website was a dead end and the instructions from AEM leave much to be desired. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Matt
  2. After racing and datalogging this weekend I go to download my datalogs and get this message... An internal update has been installed that requires a reboot. Please unplug your Trinity briefly to cycle the power(1) I have plugged it into my laptop, my desktop and the car several times with at least 5 minute in between each time. The last time I unplugged it I left it unplugged to 2 days, due to work, and plugged it in today and still get this message. Anyone know whats up???? I need those datalogs