RE: [DML] Re: New Automatic Transmission Computer
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RE: [DML] Re: New Automatic Transmission Computer



I would be interested in this as well, price pending.
Right now I use a toggle switch to turn my computer on and off.
When ON, it shifts from 1st to 2nd, but won't go to 3rd.
When I turn it off, it defaults to 3rd.
Sort of like a paddle shifter, except it's a toggle switch on my time drive 
circuits!!!!
Let me know the cost.
- Videobob



>From: Rob Greenhaw <wylldshark@xxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [DML] Re: New Automatic Transmission Computer
>Date: Wed, 9 May 2007 15:21:10 -0700 (PDT)
>
>Hey Steve!
>
>   Saw your post on the DML and wanted to ask how much will your new 
>computer cost?
>
>   I'm very interested as we all know how poor the original unit is.
>
>   All of the features you're incorporating into the new computer will make 
>the tranny more modern, with the exception of it being a three speed 
>compared to today's four, five and six-speed autos.
>
>   I look forward to hearing back from you!
>
>   Rob Greenhaw
>   VIN 00791
>
>Steve <p2freak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>           Group,
>
>Last December, I asked for your opinion on what you would like to see
>in a brand spanking new automatic transmission computer. I am pleased
>to say progress has been good and the prototype computer is being
>tried out on a test bench.
>
>If you are seriously wanting a new computer for your automatic
>transmission, send me an e-mail with your name and the features you
>want. Initial plan is to make 5 units.
>
>Here are the basic features:
>1. Microchip embedded processor
>2. Digital signal processing
>3. New printed circuit board, not rebuilt
>4. Redundant / fault tolerant hardware / software design. Computer
>can be completely destroyed and you can still drive home in low gear.
>5. Shift points are similar to the original computer
>6.Easy install. No more than four solder points to make. Looks
>completely stock except for some extra wires.
>7.Easy upgrade to new or extra features; it's a simple plug in for new
>hardware. The computer is upgradeable.
>
>Here are the optional features:
>1.User settable shift points. Shift points are retained in
>non-volatile memory. Your settings are retained even if battery is
>removed.
>2.Shift points are easy to set. Only requires a box with three push
>buttons to program.
>3.LED read out on which gear you're in.
>
>Optional features to be incorporated in the future:
>1."Pedal" shifter mounted on steering column. Full time manual gear
>shift over ride. Think fly-by-wire.
>
>Steve
>VIN#04421
>
>
>
>   .
>
>
>
>
>
>---------------------------------
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>
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