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pufferfish said:i'm getting all giddy just thinking about it! i have all sorts of new fun stuff i am dying to try out!
got my dynotech driveshaft installed. got my lightweight Team Dynamics 18x10 wheels with hoosier scrubs. got a tpms system with readout so i can see real time temps on track. i should have my new windshield banner today (thanks trackday solutions!). i should also see the auto-blip at my doorstep today! hope i can get it in before friday.
pufferfish said:the directions are the worst translation ever! but, i was able to fiddle with it and was able to change the C to F degrees. you can also change the PSI to Kpa or bar.
tube #2 has been holding air for 2 days now (tube #1 valvestem holes were too big and it leaked). i spent a lot of time researching how they work and understood they use kinetic energy to power them, but talked ot a ford tech and he said its a battery. the delay in reading when stagnent tires go back on is not kinetic engery development time, its the computer figuring out if the signal is a real tpms or outside interference. there is also speculation about whether the computer can self-learn new tpms signals, but american muscle sells a tool to sync the tpms to the car. their instructional video shows a process which includes reading information from the dash display, so i'm inclined to believe that is how it is done. the next question is will my tpms-in-a-tube be able to individually sync (its done per corner) or will the sync tool mess up because they are close together?
on another note, looks like we might see snow on sunday? what the hell?!