We need to find someone who knows someone inside of COBB. They know the answer.
Maybe send them an email and ask outright, won't hurt. Maybe float the idea of an aux display unit geared toward towing and offroading.
Well, I sent them an email, asking for insights.I have a bad feeling they are emulating an SSM and talking a Subaru specific protocol. But, I will work on finding out.
indeed, it's planned to improve the compatibility with new models such as Ascent, however, it is not certain that these improvements would be possible with actual ELM327-compatibility mode of operation. Besides that, the Torque compatibility will be reconsidered to provide only a predefined set of common parameters with no configuration needed within the main project (ActiveOBD for Subaru), not the plug-in (ActiveOBD TQ).
It's gorgeous, and I've added it to the list of ones I am considering. Not the most space for the weight, but the comfy layout may make up for it for my personal needs.Thank you all for the content on towing with the Ascent, very helpful and much appreciated!
I haven't seen any discussion about inTech's Sol Horizon. Has anyone had any experience with the Sol and or come to any solid conclusions on inTech's line-up when doing research for pairing with the Ascent?
Thanks, I have that post bookmarked!I have several posts in this forum about our 187RB. The most recent one might yield the most information for you, if you are considering towing this size trailer.
My loaded Winnebago comes in a round 4200 lbs and the Ascent pulls it beautifully.I'll be going with the same numbers for the Ascent, likely - I'll find a trailer with a GVWR that is about 80 - 85% of the capacity of the Ascent, so not more than 4200 lbs or so.
Glad to see another positive review on the RedArc. I love the instant adjustability that the RedArc offers. Glad to see you disabled the other box on the tongue. It poses an interesting question of “what if” in regards to multiple things trying to do one.We got back from our weekend trip early this afternoon, we didnt take the nicest route out or back, the roads are terribly old and only partially repaved and poorly done. So it was a bit rougher than we would have liked for towing, but the ever present vehicle wash was still there, nothing to be done about that I suppose. Otherwise I feel like the redarc provides more control over the braking and brake gain over the Tekonsha Prodigy RF, even with boost turned up. The braking with the prodigy was seamless and good enough, but I do like seeing the controller working and being able to adjust it quickly. Otherwise, everything else was great, the rearview camera is still working and only cut out when I was backing the trailer into my yard. Coincidentally, when I could use it most, lol.