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Old 01-30-2014, 02:06 PM   #21
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Maybe Rev put up this thread to see who would notice....

Announcement in 3, 2, 1...
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Laws against selling OBD-II capable aftermarket ECUs, the U.S. Has them.

On the other hand, if Rev is willing to provide the equipment and knowledge to help you "upgrade" your stock ECU with MS features, then that's his deal, and it should probably be discussed privately.
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Laws against selling OBD-II capable aftermarket ECUs, the U.S. Has them.....
"For off-road use only" - is used for many reasons
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All aftermarket ECUs are illegal for anything but offroad use.

OBD-II in this context, is available mostly for ScanGauge-type readers, if you want to be able to monitor/diagnose things without having a laptop without you all the time.
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I'm imaging this...

Plug in Bluetooth OBD reader...mount phone, open app and view OBD codes/settings on the fly...phone would double as a gauge when in car with APPs like "torque" and others.
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The scenario above will work right out of the box with no adjustments/configuration required.

Obviously you can't "configure" anything over OBD-II. You can view live data (RPM, TPS, CLT, etc), you can view any pending or registered codes, and you can clear these codes.
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Yeah, this MS3 supports 60+ codes, CCM monitors and realtime OBD-II data. There's no stock ECU in the car.

K, tks bye.
my attention has been gained.

....there is hope for us OBDII cars that have to pass a computer test now. MY OH MY!!!
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I realize this is an old thread, but the above post needs to be answered because this thread will come up for people doing searches on OBD2 emissions.

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my attention has been gained.

....there is hope for us OBDII cars that have to pass a computer test now. MY OH MY!!!
No, there is no hope for you in this case. Rev's OBD2 module does return some OBD2 codes - but none of those are the ones checked in an OBD2 emissions check. No non-oem ECU can return those emissions codes legally.

What you CAN do, if you want to modify your engine and still meet OBD2 emissions, is run some sort of piggyback. I personally have run an XEDE for 4 years now and have passed my state's OBD2 emissions test twice. Which is only fair, since all of my emissions equipment has still been on the car.
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Well the scope of this ECU will be to able to pass emmissions, because it will do everything the stock ECU will do to keep the pollutants as low as possible and even more.

Don't expect it to be cheap though.
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Well the scope of this ECU will be to able to pass emmissions, because it will do everything the stock ECU will do to keep the pollutants as low as possible and even more.

Don't expect it to be cheap though.
My interest, you haz it
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