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  • #6932
    Kloppert
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    The DMD2 app can display in nice big numbers the GPS speed in the middle of the display. It would be nice if it could display the ODB speed there as well. That one responds much faster and is also nicer on bikes that have anog displays. Currently, the odb speed can only displayed as a small number just like voltage and temp and stuff.

    A lot of people don’t like horizontal going rev counters. The same place mentioned could be used for a round going one. Mainly older people prefer round going rev counters and it’s a great big spot for having one. Lastly; perhaps the odb speed and odb rpms can be combined there, although proberly the space available isn’t enough for that.

    These things would greatly add to the configurability of DMD2.

    #6957
    pj1678@gmail.com
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    You want two, possibly conflicting speedos of equal size. Could be confusing

    #6958
    Kloppert
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    You want two, possibly conflicting speedos of equal size. Could be confusing

    From your comment i understand i didn’t explain it very good. I want to be able to choose either the GPS or ODB speed to display there (thus large).

    As it is now the app can only display the GPS speed there. Fun fact; the speedo of the bike displays the speed almost 10% off, what is annoying.

    In forums i read other people that ride other brands report the same with their bike. However the speed the bike reports through ODB is spot on, exactly the same as the GPS speed.

    So it must be the instrument cluster that creates the margin of error. Displaying the ODB speed with DMD2 gives a fast and reliable reading and that is very nice. If only it could be displayed larger.

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