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Jameswallace wrote:
lpgo wrote:
Ok. got 5 testdrivers now......

Harley
Rusty
Mark4x4?
JamesWallace with help of Russel (sorry JamesWallace :P )
Subarupete?



Help of Russell? No no I can fit it.. If you supply instructions I can fit it no problem.
I used mine most days (I either use car or motorbike)

Also glad to hear that if I conk out at the road side I can used original system too that's a relief

What's the lead time roughly IPGO?


Just kidding about the help of Russel, and yes it is a good thing that you have an original (backup) system.... just for safety.

As said before I think I need another 2 or 3 month for delivery depending on how the new PCB's are. I need 2 evenings for 1 unit to finish it (soldering ect)
and I need to programm the software so that you can adjust everything from your PC....
I'm very satisfied with my prototype now, hope the PCB's will work as well...

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you've been one of the sites biggest attractions in recent years.
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May 3rd, 2012, 11:08 pm
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Jameswallace wrote:
lpgo wrote:
Ok. got 5 testdrivers now......

Harley
Rusty
Mark4x4?
JamesWallace with help of Russel (sorry JamesWallace :P )
Subarupete?



Help of Russell? No no I can fit it.. If you supply instructions I can fit it no problem.
I used mine most days (I either use car or motorbike)

Also glad to hear that if I conk out at the road side I can used original system too that's a relief

What's the lead time roughly IPGO?


Just kidding about the help of Russel, and yes it is a good thing that you have an original (backup) system.... just for safety.

As said before I think I need another 2 or 3 month for delivery depending on how the new PCB's are. I need 2 evenings for 1 unit to finish it (soldering ect)
and I need to programm the software so that you can adjust everything from your PC....
I'm very satisfied with my prototype now, hope the PCB's will work as well...

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Hi Geo,
you've been one of the sites biggest attractions in recent years.
Russ


May 3rd, 2012, 11:08 pm
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Adjust it? Wow cool.

I'll read through this thread again to understand it better !

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May 3rd, 2012, 11:14 pm
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New PCB's ready to order just waiting on reply for a good price...Image

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May 3rd, 2012, 11:19 pm
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@lpgo
info on the VR sensor, any part number, or vehicle model.

In UK, Ford from ebay or
New item here with plug/boot/pins etc.
http://trigger-wheels.com/store/contents/en-uk/d10.html
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May 4th, 2012, 9:49 am
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lpgo wrote:
Ok. got 5 testdrivers now......

Harley
Rusty
Mark4x4?
JamesWallace with help of Russel (sorry JamesWallace :P )
Subarupete?


Yep I'm up for it. May even be in the Netherlands at next month with the 2CV so might pop in for a visit...

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May 4th, 2012, 11:28 am
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subarupete wrote:
@lpgo
info on the VR sensor, any part number, or vehicle model.

In UK, Ford from ebay or
New item here with plug/boot/pins etc.
http://trigger-wheels.com/store/contents/en-uk/d10.html
Attachment:
d10.jpeg


Looks good thanks for the info.... As you see this is the most expensive
piece of the set, so I think asking 75 euro for a complete set is not to much
I hope........

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Hi Geo,
you've been one of the sites biggest attractions in recent years.
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May 4th, 2012, 12:45 pm
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A quick post.


- Ordered all the electronic pieces to put together 8 complete sets!!

- I'm busy programming the telemetric programm???
This already works.....
- I can adjust the revlimiter from 1000rpm upwards by laptop
- I can adjust all the dwellsettings by Laptop (every rpm range (8 for now) gets its own dwellsetting.

For cranking more dwelltime is needed (all the current goes to the starterengine)as by 6000rpm

- Seems like Mark4x4 will be the 1. testdriver he will come over in the first week of june.... can't wait........

- Yesterday I went with my father to the local hardwareshop and he said literaly
" The car is running great did you do something to it" for me this is the greatest
complement................ ( He doesn't be aware of the ignition things going on underneath the bonnet)


Will make a how to video this weekend so you can see my software adjusting dwell and revlimiter.

Still to do....
I need to programm "to adjust the advance" "over all rpm ranges" in my software and in the chip will take another 2 to 3 weeks I think, hope to be ready when Mark 4x4 comes over...

But over all its allready looking great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi Geo,
you've been one of the sites biggest attractions in recent years.
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May 10th, 2012, 12:27 pm
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I'm not a fan of electronic ignition, I've never really seen the point, but the enthusiasm alone that you've put into this makes me want one of your kits. How about a bolt on EFI kit next?

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May 10th, 2012, 7:16 pm
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I'm not a fan of electronic ignition, I've never really seen the point, but the enthusiasm alone that you've put into this makes me want one of your kits. How about a bolt on EFI kit next?
NEEEH to easy :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But how about CRUISE CONTROL 8-) 8-) 8-)

1-2-Cruise

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Hi Geo,
you've been one of the sites biggest attractions in recent years.
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