As title states I am looking for an electronic shift kit (or even instructions on how to make one) but can only seem to find them on ebay, I have called jaycar (ringwood) as I have heard others on this forum have bought kits through them however they say they do not sell them. Where has everybody else bought their shift kits from, apart from ebay, I would rather go through a shop (If something goes wrong I have a receipt and can always take it back)
thanks in advance (hopefully, if this damn computer of mine puts this thread up)
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Hi little buddy Jaycar do not sell the kit ,but rather sell the parts for the kit..I have an au futura and used a 18 ohm 10 watt resistor and a 5 ohm variable potentiometer.The 5 ohm one has a dial and you can adjust the the ohms to whatever you would like....But be warned YOU MUST HAVE THE 12 VOLT WIRE WITH A FLICK SWITCH TO TURN IT OFF WHEN NOT IN USE...this is the wire where the 22 ohm resistor is soldered to.If you dont understand ..your better off not doing it because some guys have blown their computers up....
yes, further reading lead me to 5.6ohm and 18 ohm, I know how to wire a switch and all that but I am just unsure of what pins each resistor is meant to be wired into, the thread I was reading started going back and forth between ef and el and el was same as ed then ef was different to ed then el and ef were the same and pin 38 and 57 were used then 81 then 7 or 29 and 57. I got a little confused.
So basically I am just after the two pins for the el ECU (or one if applicable) and which value resistor for each pin.
eg. pin 57-5.6ohm
unfortunately I'd imagine the au ECU would be different to the el ECU. And useless, did you get your car dyno'd??
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