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Posted: Tue Jun 06, 2006 1:14 am 
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Hi i got this info from somone on another website but only in words,


ive got a ED classic, bought a 6 pin (3 way) switch with
rice missile launcher on it..
gonna set it up as follows for stage two switchable...
(toggle switch pins shown as these)
HARD ()----()
MEDIUM ()----()
OFF ()----()


an 18ohm 10W , 22ohm 10 watt, 2x 1 ohm 10W and a 0.22 ohm 10W.

(PIN 57) 12 volt pin spliced to to 18 ohm to HARD ()- and
also 22 ohm to MEDIUM ()-

(PIN 3icon_cool.gif ECU s5 pin to all 3 ()-

the 1 ohm and 0.22 ohm in series after HARD -() then to s5
the 1 ohm after MEDIUM -() then to s5

and the OFF -() bypasses the whole lot to s5
dya reckon that will work. (cost me 12 bucks..including diodes for brakelight mod)

it kinda confused me so i drew a diagram is this right and will it work on a EBII?

Thanks
Mike


P.S and yes i know about these things f**k up the boxes but i am changing the box soon so it doesn't matter.

 

 

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Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2006 12:29 am 
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why not use a potometer carnt speel either, and have it adjustable?

 

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