Subaru Legacy BM9 install

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Subaru Legacy BM9 install

Postby g300d » Fri Apr 05, 2019 1:40 pm

Just sharing. Need to fab a bezel as the display did not look so good under the tinted clock bezel as originally planned.

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So I removed it, much better!

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Hoping to get more functions online soon!



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Re: Subaru Legacy BM9 install

Postby dragos_suma » Wed Feb 19, 2020 10:59 am

Hello, nice work :) I was just wondering did you managed to get data out of the onboard trip computer ( like average1 , average 2, and instant consumption ) or have you just used the utcomp internal processing to calculate those values ?

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Re: Subaru Legacy BM9 install

Postby ArT » Thu Feb 20, 2020 9:05 am

I think that UTCOMP calculates it directly from injector signal and speed signal;)

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Re: Subaru Legacy BM9 install

Postby g300d » Fri Jul 31, 2020 11:15 am

Sorry, just saw this!

All displayed values except battery voltage (oil pressure, oil temp, boost) are from additional sensors wired directly to the UTComp module.

Battery voltage looks to be derived by UTComp module from the power supply to module.

Many data points can be derived but have not wired required inputs. Mostly using this like a traditional gauge set with dedicated external sensors.

Related to this, an option to display OBD data on UTComp would be awesome!


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