Made it similiar to the Reicards, MADMD helped with the CnC work. It took an assload of welding, and machining, but it turned out allright.
I will be down on thursday. Talked with travis this morning.fastgirl50 said:James, want to have a little match race?? And when are you coming for the battery?
There has been lots of discussion over on www.turbomustangs.com about the BS3. The main advantage is on-board datalogging without the need for a laptop. I want one to! It would be sweet!AdamLX said:James, what are your thoughts on the BS3 setup and what were you running before? I'm going to be snagging a setup real soon and haven't heard much about the real world differences between that and the FAST system.
Any input yet?
You can do the on board data logging with FAST too but you have to buy the seperate data logger..302_plus_a_few said:
Yea, and its not that expensive but it is my understanding that the BS3 is cheaper any way. And.... It can use all of the factory Ford sensors currently on a Mustang. No buying FAST's expensive sensors or sourcing the correct part numbers for a local Chebby house.turbostang said:You can do the on board data logging with FAST too but you have to buy the seperate data logger..
Understatement of the year... Glad it worked out. Are you still planning on polishing it up? I can't wait to see it scream down the track....JamesB said:MADMD helped with the CnC work. It took an assload of welding, and machining, but it turned out allright.