EZ GF w/Curves!
So have you been able to get some consistant milage readings yet?
I agree, though the new, as in less then 3 years old traction control systems can be very nice, and of course they all rely on the wheel speed sensor and abs system.ABS is useless with the extra weight anyways. Better to delete and learn to control the footing.
I Beg to differ. While your manly supposition is humorous, I must disagree and ask for further explanation.ABS is useless with the extra weight anyways. Better to delete and learn to control the footing.
Awesome! What'd you use for a radiator? I used the stock EZ30D rad, trimmed the hoses, and jammed them in.More Awesome
Ha! I was wondering what ever happened with those.Dyne, remember those seat cushions you sold me, like 2-3 years ago? (Least I am pretty sure they were yours...). Well, they are finally going in next week :lol:
Based on the wiring diagrams, I think the EZ30D compressor has a rheostat and the 2.5RS's has a basic on/off switch. IIRC, in both cars the ECU monitors the thermal overload switch/rheostat and cuts the AC if there's a problem. I had originally planned on swapping the clutch/pulley and keeping the 2.5rs compressor, but the 2.5rs line leading back to the cabin hits the intake manifold and I'm not sure if you can simply swap the line.So the A/C compressor has a different sensor/switch on it? What else is vastly different between the H6 and RS A/C systems? One of the two cars had a shielded wire to the compressor clutch if I remember right. Seemed out of place. I'm still stuck on the idea of keeping my RS compressor and lines by swapping the clutches. What is the ECUs job in the A/C system?