Currently working on a race car, car had been stripped.
Only fitting bear essentials for the dash. Center dash-controls and power destitution fabricated.
Have to make a full car loom and engine management loom.
Also had to repair a little crash damage.
All photos posted on my Flickr: Here
Print from Mac OSX to Printer on Windows Network
On the Windows 7 PC, Enable LPD drivers
1. In Windows 7 Control Panel
On the Windows 7 PC, Share the printer
1. Select the “Start/Devices & Printers
On the Mac running OS X
1. Open “System Preferences” – “Print & Fax”
6. Name the printer what you like, I just left it at the default which is the ip of the printer
Setup and wire up full sequential EFI System.
Car had a M4 Motec running 4 groups of 3 injectors.
Made up a box to fit all the electronics, relays, fuses, and ECU.
Loom has prevision for 2 O2 sensors so in the future we can setup closed loop mixture control that can trim each 6 cylinder bank individually.
Welcome to the new look website.
I have changed it to a Word press type site. The reason I have dose this is mainly ease of updating the news (blog) the photos and also some of the content section of the site.
The content on the old site was not to bad to update but the news and photo areas where a pain.
Also the website had a bit of an old look about it.
The new site now also works great on a mobile device, I have tested in on iPhone, iPad and a 7″ tablet.
The Blog area now is on the front page, the place you come to first. I think this is the way of the web now and that is the page that will change the most. (New Content)
That’s why users will come back, to see new content, not much use returning to a site that is always the same.
So have a look around.
Also you will see links on the right to follow me and also links to the Flickr photo gallery, there you will see some cool pics of various nice things I have been working on.
Idd also like to thank Richard Stocks for supplying me with a server for me to setup the site before making it live and all his data base help.
Tech Tip for those who have a laptop and a PS3
You will need to be tech savvy to do the following, if not it’s something I can do for you.
Do this at your own risk!!!!!! If any of the following is not second nature to you DONT DO IT! Get HELP!
If you have a laptop chances are it has a 5400RPM HDD rather then the faster 7200RPM drive.
Second, copy over the image to the new HDD.
Make sure your PS3 is all working and software is all up to date.
Copy the OS over to a USB mem stick, there are instructions on the site on how to do all that and the directory structure to use.
Remove the PS3 HDD and fit the bigger 5400RPM HDD you removed from your laptop.
Went up to the rally on the weekend for a bit of a look. Had to cars that i have tuned running.
Craig Morris in his EVO 6 (Car 4), Engine tuning and some wiring by me. Video time 0:40
Alen Friend in his Nissan Silvia (Car 12) Tuned and fully wired inc Motec PDM by me. Video time 2:30
Just a short Video of an EVO 6 Rally car taking my wife for a spin around an autocross track after setting up the anti-lag.
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