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    I agree with Joel - the ELM is based on older technology and you are going to see a slower refresh rate in your Carputer.

    For those with Commodore's which are pre-OBD2, it might be worth looking at our Vauxhall tool (http://www.ukobd.co.uk/gstore/store/...p?idProduct=82) this can be supplied with an ALDL cable, and as the Commodore and the Vauxhall Omega share the same platform I can't see any reason why it won't work - I must stress that it hasn't been tested yet however.

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    Using Road Runner, with a Tactrix cable using SSM....

    When I mean slow, I mean 'slow' as in once a minute and a software issue...not just refresh rate.

    Mark

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    So what front ends have built in OBD functions? I have only seen Centrafuse with any?

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