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Looking good Roland!

It's a nice feeling to get rid of those old relays and fuses.
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Nice work as always Roland , good to see you have still had some steady progress through the winter . I'm back out of the brace after another surgery on my hand and at it again in the garage myself . May have a finished product for you in the near future , wish me luck.

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Hi my friend

Nice to hear you're on the way of recovering well. Had no issues with health since my surgery, but life is absorbing my time sometimes in different ways, so car has to wait then. Now I hope to make some more progress than in the last couple of months.

Get well soon
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Looking good Roland!

It's a nice feeling to get rid of those old relays and fuses.
You may have over-red, that it has a different reason, mainly my anancastia to work on everything at least twice

Seriously, I just was not happy enough with the result from 10 years ago and had some money to spend for wiring, connectors etc.. as my christmas gift to myself

I spent the last couple of weeks to make my own Wiring diagramm plus disposition and ddraft for cables, fuse box etc.

They look like this:



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insane build. great work
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Nice!

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You may have over-red, that it has a different reason, mainly my anancastia to work on everything at least twice
Same as my process:

1. Mockup in cardboard until I get it right
2. Fabricate in metal
3. Stand back and admire work
4. While admiring, realize it could be better
5. Mockup again and re-fabricate

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While waiting for some more cables for my SDS EFI (thanks to Ross from SDS for great customer service once more ) I worked a bit on the Instrument harness, much snow and cold here, nicer to sit in the living room now than kneeing in the car now

All cables crimped instrument-side. Next weekend test fit and final routing in the car:

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Huge weight saved

Only 1/3 left over!!!

Ok, saved 19gramms on fuel sender connector cover

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Homemade, aluminum of course:




Fitted with aluminum nuts, looks nice I guess:



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Come on, Roland, it's summer, update time!.........
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Come on, Roland, it's summer, update time!.........
Is it...? Hmm, that explains my sweating, thought somethings wrong with me

There will be an update soon, but only a little. Be patient.
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Spend some time with my new PET (unfortunatly they won't get that old):

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Bunnies make great pets.
That's a good looking one you got there, Roland.
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Thanks Paul

He is already about 3kg at the age of about 12 weeks, will grow up to 10kg
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Way too heavy! You need to figure out a way to "lighten" that bunny. Holes in the ear? Sic! I know, sorry.
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Roland, sorry to drag this up from the past, but are you using the throttle positioner along with the MAP? I am assuming the TPS is only for enrichment? Gauges look great, BTW.
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Roland, sorry to drag this up from the past, but are you using the throttle positioner along with the MAP? I am assuming the TPS is only for enrichment? Gauges look great, BTW.
Hello Pat

Sorry for late reply, was not online since a while... Yes MAP is main parameter, TPS only for enrichment/throttle response
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