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  1. Hay peoples. This is my 1st post So I'm looking for information on putting a holley terminator X on a au motor. It's going into my xh 5speed Thanks
  2. Crazy2287

    Megasquirt Updates

    Hello there, Making this as sort of a news spot for Megasquirt ECU related things. Try to keep the off topic questions out of here, If you need help with your megasquirt or choosing a setup make a new thread and i'll come over there and help, if you don't get a reply withing a day PM me with the link to make sure i find it. I'll start with: I'm interested in very soon purchasing a RS232 to bluetooth adapter. For those in the loop it's been about for a while, but the big thing on this front at the moment is there is finally some reliable dashboard software to interface the Megasquirt with an android powered Tablet (slate PC) or mobile phone (such as galaxy S3) Wireless, 100m range and awesome. The hardware required can be purchased pre-configured so it's basically plug and play. and im interested in purchasing some of these units asap. After expressions of interest. Organize a bulk buy right here for people interested. it will work out between $60 and $70 bucks inc postage for the RS232-bluetooth adapter. the software is +$10 from the android play store (but there is a free trial) I'll be between Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney over the next few weeks so logistics for those areas is sorted. More info: http://tunerstudio.com/index.php/shadowloggerms http://tunerstudio.com/index.php/shadowdashmsmenu
  3. Found this on youtube today, i see a lot of people crimping incorrectly at work, so i thought for anyone doing their own work at home, might be an idea Simple and informative, and the basic rules go for all crimping. ALWAYS crimp the copper first and the sheathing second.