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catsam wrote:
hi i did you use the MGF gear cables and shifter, all i did to my one was put some threaded rod in the 4 holes in the corners
and i cut off the shifter balance weight?

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works ok in me car you just need to cheek there are two different cable set ups on the gear box end the Gearbox Gear Selector Linkage Brackets i think


Perfect, as I was looking at using a S1 Elise set up but they are a tad pricey and your solution may be a lot more cost effective.


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I still need to make something to go over it

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Looks like a cheeky arduino project. I still have not done mine yet. Custom board too very 8) did you make the PCB yourself?


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hi
this it my attempt to make a spedo calibrator using a arudino
I used http://fritzing.org/home/ to make the board it work very well.
i have made boards by hand in the past but this did a much better job

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all i have to do is write a program for it :?:

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this spedo is getting a bit technical :?

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i have put the car up on axle stands so the wheels can spin. then i used a laptop with a datat logger to find out what signal you get from the gearbox
i all so need to find out how many inputs from the gearbox you get to the times the wheel rotates once using a magnet and a reed switch :roll:

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Here is the data from the datalog

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All i have to do is work out what this means
it looks like i get a 5v output from the gearbox wich means i have to change my bord 0v (ground) input to a 5v input

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5v sounds perfectly reasonable to me for a speed pulse output.

From memory the Honda setup is a trigger that is driven by a gear and worm gear off the diff, now the PG1 is basically a mirror image of the Honda box. Massive assumption here it may be around 4 pulses per revolution as on a Honda it is just over 4 pulse per rev.

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thanks neil the spedo bord is no hold for now
i was going to do somothing about the black wheel arches
but I have found that the wheels rubs the anit roll bar when
on full steering lock not good

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this is a link for a video this shows what hapens when on full lock
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VOOLuw ... p=drivesdk

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I think the essay way round this is to use a wheel spaser
It needs to be 10mm
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hi all

i thought this was going to be easy put some 10mm wheel spacers on i do not like this ide and i cant find any 10mm with longer studs

i think i have two arb that look like the bottom ones in the photo

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thats why it hits so i was going to fit the one at came with my mgf sub frame it look like the one in the top of the ophoto
nope i have the sering rack in the way :oops: its the one for the back came with the engine i could fit it so i facse forword and a cross the center of the sub fram

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like this photo but i have the radiator pipes in the way i will have to see if this will work if not its back to wheel spacers :(

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catsam wrote:
hi all

i thought this was going to be easy put some 10mm wheel spacers on i do not like this ide and i cant find any 10mm with longer studs

i think i have two arb that look like the bottom ones in the photo

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thats why it hits so i was going to fit the one at came with my mgf sub frame it look like the one in the top of the ophoto
nope i have the sering rack in the way :oops: its the one for the back came with the engine i could fit it so i facse forword and a cross the center of the sub fram

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like this photo but i have the radiator pipes in the way i will have to see if this will work if not its back to wheel spacers :(


Paul,

That Subframe was a bstrd to build but fun none-the-less and was the standard MGTF set up, but the MGF is essentially the same when it comes to the ARB.

The heater pipes were potentially an issue, but I remembered parts I used in work a long time ago and had made spacers between the ARB and heater tubes using Stauff clamps (http://www.stauff.co.uk/products/pipe-clamps.aspx), which are used on industrial clean room installations. They worked a treat but they were in the boxes of bits when I sold the K3; otherwise, I would have sent them to you - I’m sure you can knock up something similar.



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thanks jaybee it looks like it will work i no what you used

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I keep finding more work looking at the two radiator pips that run a long the bottom of the car.
it looks like they have been hiting the road and are all dented.
I will have to take them of and see how bad they are and see is i need some new ones

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I have found a fix for my ARB hitting the wheels when on full look in the end i moved the arb forward
and when change over to the coilover brackets from peter they should miss the ARB

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