I've found Texas Instruments to be very generous and fast with their samples. I don't try and order once a week or anything though.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaEICMKAXIs
STN1110 ICs from here: http://www.obdsol.com/stn1110/The STN1110 chip supports all the OBD-II protocols. If you want something a little more user-friendly (and a little more expensive) you can also get the ODB-II UART board from Sparkfun (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9555) which also uses the STN1110.Or you could build your own version of the Sparkfun board using their schematics.
I got an STM32F4 discovery board from TI
QuoteI got an STM32F4 discovery board from TIThat seems somewhat unlikely... :-)
Repost to the thread where I plan to keep my sample info in: I got my EEprom From Renesas today! That was quick! "About a day or two."3 piece HN58X25256FPI#SOIC EEPROM 256K 5MHZ 8SOPNow I need a way to solder it down!
I got one of thesehttp://coridium.us/In 8 days!!!It's seems pretty cool so far.