Here's brain of the VHX system - basically this converts mechanical signals to electronic output for the dash to display, for your eyes to see, and for your brain to process. I call this the 'brain to brain transfer process'.Its basically science...
Heres where I'm going to place it. I'll be installing the centre console, so it'll be hidden, but I can remove the console storage thingy-a-miggy to access the brain if needed.
Got the A/C system in place. thankfully I had a mate come and help with the fitment. Don't try and do this by yourself, it'd be about as fun and laying in a urinal on Oxford Street during the gay and lesbian mardi-gras and being peed on all night.
Ill head back down and get the rest of the brain wired. Its only going to get a few more inputs from the original AAW harness. Then hopefully flash it up!
So that wasn't too bad at all. I think having the AAW kit made this a lot simpler for a few reasons:
I left a fair bit of length on the dash connectors as trying to reach behind there through the AC control void was a pain in the bum bum.
All the wires are labelled and pretty much correlate with the inputs on the "brain".
So here's the "brain" with wiring connected
With the dash in place
And with the lights off
Few things to tidy up over the next few days, have to hook-up a constant 12volt power supply, get the speed sensor installed and I'm considering relocating the fuse box, as once I get the A/C venting installed I don't think I'll have access to the fuse panel.
Okay, work was an absolute grind this week, so got bugger all done on the car.
Managed last night to get the 1/4 panel trims covered. Used the distinctive industries kits for these. really easy to work with.
Also, in my quest for EFI I've been researching this
Anybody have any input on this setup?I believe its made by Professional Products.
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