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Engine Performance and Diagnostic Tool for Automotive Professionals and Enthusiasts!

Ian Hawkins has made it so you can view live OBD engine data on your Android phone. With connecting an OBD II Bluetooth adapter to your OBD2 engine management / ECU. With a customizable dashboard, design your own layouts and custom dials to your preference.

You can use the GPS to provide tracker logs with engine logging so you can see what you were doing at any point in time. Retrieve Fault Codes (DTCs) and clear Check Engine lights. You can use the built in databases, and view fault descriptions. Torque will upload live OBD2 data to your webserver or the torque web viewer in real-time.

Features also include: Dyno/Dynometer and Horsepower/HP, 0-60 timings, Fault code database, Send logging info to web or email, HUD (Heads Up Display), GPS Speedo/Tracking, Turbo boost feature, Alarms.

Works with vehicles that supports the OBD2 standard (most vehicles built after 2000), check engine bay and look for OBD2 on written on a big white label, or if in doubt check with your manufacturer.

The Torque app needs a Bluetooth OBD2 adapter. This small adapter plugs into the diagnostic socket on your car which gives your phone access.
Some of the adapters out there are not reliable, so watch for cheap Knock-offs. Here’s a few of the best, adapter, the OBDKey adapter, and PLX Devices Kiwi Bluetooth, ELM327 and other ELM adapters.

Image displays a Bluetooth ELM 327 Scanner OBDII

It costs $26.03 and you can purchase it from, you can also view other products there.

Download this engine performance app today and maintain your high performance ride!

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