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1 Replies and 1468 Views Mercedes 722.6 transmission (NAG1)  1468  1 Started by  Reanimotion from http://www.msgpio.com/forums/viewtopic.phpf=4&t=207 The Mercedes-Benz 722.6 (or NAG1 for Neue Automatikgetriebe 1) transmission is an electronically controlled gearbox mated to a lock-up clutch equipped torque converter. It first appeared in the mid-90s and has been in use on Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and vans ever since. Its’ variants also found their way into Jaguar, Porsche and Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge cars. Some of the transmission variants can handle up to 900 Nm of torque ex-works. ...
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21 Nov 2017 05:27 PM
1 Replies and 1670 Views VW Bosch Adaptive Cruise module  1670  1 Started by  Reanimotion Bosch is expanding its portfolio in the radar sensor sector by introducing the mid-range radar sensor (MRR). This sensor is based on development and manufacturing experience gained from three generations of radar sensors and has a cost-effective and scalable design. Bosch is developing front and rear versions of the MRR. This radar sensor forms the basis for a range of safety and comfort functions that can increasingly be offered in medium-sized and compact classes, and at competitive price...
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06 Aug 2016 09:44 AM
0 Replies and 1905 Views GT3 82mm throttle body  1905  0 Started by  Reanimotion Throttle assembly Porsche 997 605 116 01 Bosch 0 280 750 473 Plug/Connector housing Mercedes A2105403681 Plug/Connector Pins Mercedes A0085456326 Steckerbelegung: Pin1: 12V, Kl.15R, vom SAM Fahrer K40/2: Sicherungsbox, Sicherung f17: 5A Pin2: Kl.31, Masse W26 Sensor Gurtsperre A60 Steckergehäuse Steckergehäuse Pin3: Ausgangssignal für N32/2 (Sitzsteuergerät rechts): Pin4: Ausgangssignal für N32/1 (Sitzsteuergerät links): Pi...
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28 May 2016 02:34 PM
3 Replies and 2780 Views Flex Fuel Sensor  2780  3 Started by  Reanimotion Flex Fuel Sensor QTY:1, part 13577394 $66.00 or for shorter pipes use 13577379 From www.mouser.com: http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Delphi-Connection-Systems Delphi GT 150 series connector QTY:1, part 13519047 $1.62 Delphi GT 150 series Terminals QTY:3, - Gold part 15326427 $0.41 each - Tin part 15326264 $0.10 each Delphi Loose Cable Seal QTY:3, part 15366021 $0.06 each
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16 Mar 2016 12:34 PM
0 Replies and 2486 Views Mercedes and Corvette C6 radiator fan controllers  2486  0 Started by  Reanimotion Mercedes units have ignition and PWM signal lines Corvette just has the PWM Both have very high current ratings and include soft start of the fan by default ~100hz signal ground switched between 10 and 90 duty on the PWM line is all that is needed for the Corvette unit The Mercedes required 12v to the ignition terminal, and ~100hz signal ground switched between 10 and 90 duty on the PWM line 10 is off on both 90 is full speed on both values between 1...
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02 Feb 2016 10:02 PM
7 Replies and 6070 Views SAAB Ion Sensing  6070  7 Started by  Reanimotion SAAB were essentially the first to have adopted Ignition Ion Sensing to provide real time feedback to the ECU on ignition behaviour Several cool basic features exist when Ion Sense is active in an engine Firstly there is no longer a need for a cam position sensor as the system can identify which cylinder is firing a valid mixture Second - there is no need for acoustic knock sensors as the information on the combustion can be used to avoid knock in the first place Then the Ion cu...
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04 Jul 2015 10:38 PM
5 Replies and 3698 Views Bosch rotary idle valve info  3698  5 Started by  Reanimotion Operation of the IAC would be very straight forward if zero volts corresponded to zero air flow through the IAC, and if air flow increased in proportion to the control voltage. But it turns out it doesn't! Air flow through the IAC is, in fact, non-linear, with about 20 flow at 0 volts, no flow around 4 volts, and flow increasing with voltage beyond that. This characteristic means that with no control volta...
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20 Jun 2015 08:24 PM
0 Replies and 1859 Views Pierburg Valves  1859  0 Started by  Reanimotion Pelican sells a plastic Pierburg change over solenoid valve for a 996 that will work. Do a search on change over valve and it might come up. If you want a metal and plastic one like the ones that come on a 930 with the air pump emission system do a google search on: Pierburg 0015407097
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03 Jun 2015 08:44 AM
0 Replies and 1744 Views EGT sensor source  1744  0 Started by  Reanimotion A good source for EGT sensors with a range of thread options http://www.auberins.com/index.phpmain_page=product_info&cPath=5_22&products_id=415
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28 May 2015 09:27 AM
1 Replies and 2314 Views Frankencis and triggering Bosch CDI  2314  1 Started by  Reanimotion Using Hall Sensors with MicroSquirt VR1 Input Postby Bruce Bowling on Tue Nov 20, 2007 6:41 pm There are a few applications where a hall sensor is used as the primary crank sensor. for the primary trigger into MicroSquirt, there is the opto circuit and the VR circuit. For distributor-like applications (i.e. one pulse per cylinder) the opto works well. For multitooth crankwheel arrangements the VR1 input is the preferred choice. The issue here is that the VR1 input is used for zero...
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25 Apr 2015 08:35 PM
0 Replies and 2482 Views Porsche 928 Engine data  2482  0 Started by  Reanimotion 928 Model Engine Size/Type HP (SAE) Torque ft/lbs (SAE) Comp. Ratio Fuel Injection System Top Speed MPH 0-62 mph (sec) 1/4 mile (sec) Weight (lbs) 77-79 - 3-auto (US) 4.5L-16v M28/04 219 245 8.5:1 K-Jetronic 140 8.5 16 3373 77-79 - 5-man (US) 4.5L-16v M28/03 219 245 8.5:1 K-Jetronic 143 7.5 15.5 3285 77-79 - 3-auto (Euro) 4.5L-16v M28/02 229 250 8.5:1 K-Jetronic 140 8 16 3197 77-79 - 5-man (Euro) 4.5L-16v M28/01 229 250 8.5:1 K-Jetronic 143 6.8 15.5 3197 80 - 3-auto (US) 4.5L-16v...
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