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This is a discussion on Engine Monitor Display unit within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Forge Motorsport The S Series S.E.C.S. monitors are a new range of engine monitors for the Subaru Impreza. Vehicle information ...

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    Engine Monitor Display unit

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    The S Series S.E.C.S. monitors are a new range of engine monitors for the Subaru Impreza.

    Vehicle information such as boost pressure, battery voltage, engine speed etc. are displayed via the backlit LCD display. User defined limits are also available causing an alarm notification if any are breached.

    The user is also able to monitor the cars diagnostic routines with any faults displayed and recorded. A full list of fault codes can be found here. Once fault codes have been cleared the ECU can be reset easily with the press of a couple of buttons.

    Full Specification - S1001
    STANDARD FINISH - BLACK FRONT PANEL WITH BLUE BUTTONS
    Options (at no extra cost):
    - Matt Silver front panel
    - Red, Grey or Black buttons

    GENUINE SUBARU POD / ENCLOSURE
    SINGLE DIN FITMENT
    VEHICLE/ECU AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION
    (WITH MANUAL OVER-RIDE)
    SUPPORTS 16 PIN OBD CONNECTOR CARS
    (SELECT MONITOR COMING VERY SOON)
    LIVE DATA MONITORING
    (display layout can be custom configured)
    - Battery voltage - Volts
    - Engine Speed - RPM
    - Vehicle road speed - MPH or KMH
    - Coolant temperature - Degrees C
    - Intake temperature - Degrees C (not charge temp)
    - Fuel injector pulse width - Milliseconds
    - Ignition point - degrees BTDC
    - Knock correct - degrees (ignition timing)
    - Lambda air/fuel ratio
    - Throttle position - %
    - Air flow meter mass - Grammes per second
    - Boost pressure - Bar
    - Oil Pressure (additional sensor required)
    - Oil Temperature (additional sensor required)
    - Exhaust Gas Temperature (if available fro ECU)
    READING OF CURRENT AND HISTORIC FAULT CODES
    ECU/FAULT CODES RESET
    SHIFT LIGHT CONTROL WITH ADJUSTABLE SETPOINT (LAMP NOT SUPPLIED)
    EXTERNAL ALARM/SHIFT LIGHT OUTPUT
    USER ADJUSTABLE ALARMS MONITORING
    - Battery voltage low
    - Battery voltage high
    - Boost pressure
    - Coolant temperature
    - Oil Pressure (additional sensor required)
    - Oil Temperature (additional sensor required)
    - Exhaust Gas Temperature (if available fro ECU)
    WATER INJECTION/NITROUS CONTROL
    RECORDS PEAK READINGS (USER RESETABLE)
    - Engine speed - RPM
    - Boost Pressure
    - Road Speed
    - Coolant Temperature
    - Oil Pressure (additional sensor required)
    - Oil Temperature (additional sensor required)
    - Exhaust Gas Temperature (if available fro ECU)
    CLOCK
    USER SELECTABLE OPTIONS FOR BAR TO PSI
    DEGRESS C TO DEGREES F
    MPH TO KPH

    orders will take up to 4 weeks for delivery

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    replaces clock pod (FMS1004)
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    interesting
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    Yeah, those have been out for a while.

    I like the idea of them, I just don't like how the LCD is so small.

    I'm still debating whether to get that or some gauges though.

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    in 5 seconds you could look at real time on all your various gauges rather than have to mess with scrolling through menus.

    its a great idea but not efficient for what most people are looking for.

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    Displays alot of cool stuff but for less money and better display you can get the Blitz R-VIT (which I have). Does alot of that stuff, and no tiny little LCD screen.

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    does it just display 1 of those things at a time?

    if it could display real-time boost, a clock, and a temperature i'd be in, but if i had to reach over and click on something for each reading, it ain't happenin'.

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    The gauge pod looks trick, but what I'd really love would be an avionics-type unit that displays graphic "gauges" like in an airline cockpit. I think I saw one once, but it was $6.02x10^23...

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    Originally posted by f1ce
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    Very nice.
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    Originally posted by AjIsDope
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    Very nice.
    haha, you better believe it

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    Originally posted by f1ce
    whoa.

    what is that?

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    Originally posted by LtTripMD
    whoa.

    what is that?

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    nice.

    my wife would kill me twice before i hit the ground,

    but NICE.

    it wouldn't even cost that much if you had access to the parts.

    where'd you get the screen itself? that would be the most expensive part i imagine.

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