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General Discussion / Re: Texas bans Reflex Cameras
« Last post by JaseNZ on Today at 08:11:05 pm »
keep the redlight cameras, stuff the speed cameras

 >:D

Yup agree red light camera's = Yes , Speed camera's = No
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General Discussion / Re: Texas bans Reflex Cameras
« Last post by schattenblau on Today at 07:07:48 pm »
keep the redlight cameras, stuff the speed cameras

 >:D
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Mk2 Golf - Jetta - Corrado / Re: KJET 8v to 16v swap
« Last post by mk2mitch on Today at 06:33:28 pm »
Cheers for the info, hat's a lot of help. I've got the ISV controller as well but that only has 2 wires going to the ISV and the third one is not connected at all (which I believe is the different between a mk2 and a mk3 ISV) The wiring that I've got is a little modified so have been trying to work out what the cleanest of going about it all is cause the OCD in my wants to tidy up the new wiring if I'm going to stick that in my car as some things don't sit quite where I'd like them to (the factory way) Good thing the dash is already out of my car though.

What I was referring to throttle open/close is on the 8v. I made the assumption that whatever is currently in my car does a similar thing to the idle stabilising valve controller but it seems like the two systems are very different.
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General Discussion / Re: Texas bans Reflex Cameras
« Last post by Gordo on Today at 05:47:31 pm »
I'm confused - you guys think it is a good idea to drop trying to catch the damners* who run red lights - often at speed?
While I do have an issue with some speed camaras, especially their siting, I don't see how folks can thing red light running is OK?

*You know word I used and, if it applies to you, perhaps you should review your driving?
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Mk2 Golf - Jetta - Corrado / Re: KJET 8v to 16v swap
« Last post by black16v on Today at 05:34:51 pm »
On the KR there are two valves by the metering head, one is the overrun cut off valve controlled by the idle stabilizing valve controller and the other is the diaphragm pressure switch (also called the vacuum time switch) which gets its power supply from the normally open terminal (pin 1) of the throttle switch. The normally closed terminal (pin 3) supplies power to the ISV controller and the electronic ignition control unit. The common terminal (pin 2) is ignition power. Note that normally open or closed refers to the switch action NOT throttle action. The ISV controller is located behind the center console. Do you have it? To set the base timing you well have to disconnect the connector by the coil ,if you don't the timing will do what it wants when you open the throttle.
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A4 - S4 - RS 4 - A5 - S5 - RS 5 / Audi A5 towbar
« Last post by DougF on Today at 02:23:14 pm »
Hi
I have an Audi A5 Sportback 2015 (Japan import).
I wish to install a towbar. However, the A5 has Active Suspension, and Audi have quoted me $3,480 for the genuine towbar + wiring - beyond my price range at the moment.
The high cost is to do with the wiring.

I understand (from Audi) there may be lower cost suppliers who are able to cope with the wiring issues.
Can anyone suggest a supplier who can provide a towbarand wiring.?

thanks

DougF   
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General Discussion / Re: doug reviews the new supra
« Last post by the phantom on Today at 11:23:58 am »
Hoovie had a go as well, but mostly grumped about not being invited to the launch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9CkUql8uZ8&t=382s

I quite enjoy some of his posts, like the cheapest Rolls or McLaren in the US
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General Discussion / Re: Texas bans Reflex Cameras
« Last post by schattenblau on Today at 10:43:45 am »
good riddance to redflex

 >:D
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General Discussion / Re: Texas bans Reflex Cameras
« Last post by Naekyr on Today at 10:24:15 am »
time to move to texas?
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