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 Post subject: Re: First passes on the Spider Plate
PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:33 pm 
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Does the new Max extreme have a proportional DC output? What is the range - 0-5VDC??
The Max doesn't at present only has a retard output signal to 'initiate' a retard unit and it doesn't have any spare outputs to do what you require but we can supply a 'digital to analogue converter" which has a 0 to 5V output, as you require.

That's a little more than the two pulsoids I have I believe, but much less than the 2 stages we have available now. It would be nice to be able to move more than a single Revo can output - can 2 be synced together for more output?
As you're aware, the Spider has TWO inputs, so all we need to do is connect up two 350 hp REVO units to max out the current flow capability of the Spider. If you think you can handle a 1,000 hp, we could modify your existing Spider to achieve that level of flow and supply 2 sets of 500 hp REVO units to go with it.

So how do you fancy a SINGLE 1,000 HP SMOOTHLY PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM, capable of starting from as low as ONE HP???
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 Post subject: Re: First passes on the Spider Plate
PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:10 pm 
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That D/A converter would be cool, we could use that signal and feed it into the 7531 as a boost signal. That way the retard would be proportional to the nitrous output. Will have to spend some time mapping that out, but it makes sense and should work SWEET...

No, I don't need or want 1000 hp worth for what I'm doing, not to mention we have a restricted line rule that comes into play here. The two revo's should flow enough to do what we're wanting to do and would be more equal to what the two stages I have are capable of.

It would be fun to see just how much we could get it to suck down before tearing stuff up, but unfortunately I have a limited budget to play with and can't afford to find the weak links.

Oh, BTW - I figured out what the deal was with the gear retard and why it did that so we'll be able to avoid that issue in the future.


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 Post subject: Re: First passes on the Spider Plate
PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:05 pm 
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Please remember, my systems deliver much more engine friendly power and the REVO delivers UNBELIEVEABLY SMOOTH power.

Glad to hear the D to A will do the job.

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