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Thread: OBD connector on 2004 Subaru STi.

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    You all make me research harder

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    Wait, so that pic you posted is of the deltadash?
    2002 Subaru WRX - Silver
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    Yes, delta dash can look like anything your graphic artist can make.
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    Button app to Alt-Tab between two programs

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    Thats excatly the thing I have been looking for. But does anyone know if they offer anyhting like that for my Ford?

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    Could someone tell me what's required to put this EcuTek unit in a 2004 Subaru WRX STI? I'm just not 100% clear on the concept. I read the site a good bit, but still didn't get it. Are they selling a device which plugs in to the existing on board computer? Do you need to flash the built in computer in the car and then interface that to their hardware which then gets connected to your PC. Anyone know? This all sounds very cool, I'm just not sure what's required to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quinxy
    Could someone tell me what's required to put this EcuTek unit in a 2004 Subaru WRX STI? I'm just not 100% clear on the concept. I read the site a good bit, but still didn't get it. Are they selling a device which plugs in to the existing on board computer? Do you need to flash the built in computer in the car and then interface that to their hardware which then gets connected to your PC. Anyone know? This all sounds very cool, I'm just not sure what's required to do it.
    They supply the software that will read the ecu and display all in real time as well as the ability to record, plus lots more. The software needs a pc to run and is hooked up to the odb11 connectory under the steering column with supplied cable. You don not need a ecutek reflash although you can get a few extra features if you do (on the fly adjustments), but currently not available for the USDM sti. download the demo and take a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quinxy
    Could someone tell me what's required to put this EcuTek unit in a 2004 Subaru WRX STI? I'm just not 100% clear on the concept. I read the site a good bit, but still didn't get it. Are they selling a device which plugs in to the existing on board computer? Do you need to flash the built in computer in the car and then interface that to their hardware which then gets connected to your PC. Anyone know? This all sounds very cool, I'm just not sure what's required to do it.
    Hi!
    I too have a STi, and I have had it modified with another ECUTEK/product that actually modifies the original ECU. The power gains is really good and safe since you rely on all the std ECU-safety meassures.
    The power increased from 265Hp to 320Hp(Euro/spec STi with modified exhaust).
    Anyway, the DeltaDash plugs in to the same port as the subaru workshops use, the select monitor/port(ODB/port) and it works on completely stock cars as well as highly modified ones that uses the software to monitor their cars vitals...

    ,L-O

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    Sounds fun, after my computer is redone, time to put OBDII stuff in and have some more fun.
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    Relocating headunit and extending faceplate
    Button app to Alt-Tab between two programs

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    Anyone know where to buy this? Any US distributors? I tried to contact two of them and they didn't return my calls or e-mails. I'll just order from the UK site if no one in the US sells them, but I'd think someone does, just curious if anyone has bought it from a US site.

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    Cool

    Hi,

    there are lots of US-vendors, Vishnu-performance
    http://www.vishnutuning.com/parts_wrx.htm
    Also have a look at Ecutek.com website for additional resellers:
    http://www.ecutek.com/pricing/?nowritefs

    The product you are looking for
    Delta Dash Data Logging Software

    /L-O

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