The Detroit News has an interesting piece on new platforms for auto diagnostics. By far the most interesting, and amusing, is TXS International's Turbo XS which uses a Game Boy to house the software for keeping track of an engine's performance. But the best part is the Game Boy can be unplugged from your car and start playing games immediately. This will be a huge perk to tuners who always want a bit of flash and I.C.E. on top of their high performance mods. Now what's in store for the new DS?
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