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Re: WG control (was fooling compooter and other things)
*** Reply to note of 11/13/96 23:23
Frank J. Bauer
dassault systemes of America email:email@example.com
Subject: Re: WG control (was fooling compooter and other things)
> Of course, you are risking destroying a $$$ computer when you unsolder the
> EPROM... I wouldn't risk it on anyone else's computer myself.
(other things snipped)
i can be either extremely dangerous or completely ineffective with a
soldering iron in my hands. i will trust myself with electrical power
connections. if there is an analog or digital signal involved, i defer
to someone else. like i said before, just not an accessible mod for most
of us. oh, btw, assuming i have $23 worth of EPROM, socket, iron and solder
in my sweaty hands, how much am i going to spend on that device to burn the
EPROM? and how much time will it take to decode the program, locate the maps,
test new values, etc, etc? and of course nothing will blow up while i'm
doing all of this, right? that's why people send $$$$ to ned.
i should also point out once again that that no pre-MC motors (which include
my app as well as all US-market urq's and other US-market pre-86 turbos)
have computer control of the wastegate.
please don't take this as a flame, orin. i'm really happy to see one of us
"non-professional tuners" doing this type of development.