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- To: Velocity List-Reflector <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Wiring
- From: dmp@TmedBSD.MCG.EDU
- Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 08:16:20 +0000
- Comments: Authenticated sender is <dmp@TmedBSD.MCG.EDU>
- Organization: Medical College of GA
- Priority: normal
> From: "R. Wayne Owens" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Where did you find pins for the computer connectors? I have mine running
Basically, I disassembled the connectors, clipped the wires at the
pin and soldered the wire to the pin.
(Wait? Did I just hear Martin having a heart attack?)
With the solder joint a quarter inch or more below the rubber strain
relief, I'm not too worried about flexing the joint, but I may do my
my connectors again since I don't feel I got a good bond with some of
> on a test stand here in Smyrna Ga (my neighbors love it) but was
> considering just fire sleeving the bundles aft of the firewall.
Love to see it. I'm not too far west of Augusta, GA.
If I were to do it again, I might do the same.
> I have two ways to deal with the "vehicle speed sensor error" from the
> check engine light and a 2 component circuit to reduce the primary fuel
> pump output until 3700 rpm if you are interested. Also I have been
> logging and downloading my engine runs to a laptop and creating graphs
> of the runs to study cooling ect.
DEFINITELY would like to see it! You might like to see the research
I've been doing on cooling system design. Send me a private e-mail
and let's see if we can get together some time.