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I also have a computer governor mod that is just a plug in but after talking to Jeff and being real busy 
we let Jeff take a stab at the production. We have shared info on the project and the thing I liked was like ours it plugs in and leaves the old one alone and so does his.

We went a bit further and have the design that you can control the shift points but that version has not been prototyped yet.


In a message dated 04/25/09 11:16:58 Eastern Daylight Time, jangwin@xxxxxxxxx writes:

I can confirm that the output of the speed transducer that is bolted to the
side of the transmission does indeed come up the loom to the multi plug. And
Martin is correct in stating that it does not break out in any way. The
wires are the two white wires that are inside the middle cable that exits
out the bottom of the AT connector block. They are referenced against the
black ground wire in that same cable. One of the white wires goes to the
speed transducer, and one goes to the throttle position sensor. I have no
idea why these signals are routed to the block, as they are also routed
through the AT governor board down inside the speed transducer housing, but
fortunately for me, they do route up to the block. I use these wires to get
the speed and throttle position signals to my engine compartment mounted
plug-and-play governor replacement box

VIN 3034

Jeff Angwin

On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 3:14 PM, Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> From my recollection of my friend Rich J working on his #2727, the o/p
> from the little alternator comes up the loom to the multi-plug, but
> doesn't actually break out in the plug, then loops back down to the
> transmission - can you confirm?
> #2727 has long since been a 5-speed :-)
> Martin
> > My first unit did have a new cable wired into the empty governor housing,
> > just to get the speed transducer signals out to the engine compartment.

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