i will speek with my electronic technician. i think we can use a boost sensor with over 3 bar boost pressure...
Just to clarify, with can-bus the Haldex controller does not need to be modified. My setup does not use can-bus, does the Haldex controller need to be modified? Also what is the status with the 3 bar setup?
Sorry I must of mis-read the post; this controller communicates with the rear diff controller via can-bus(its native language) so no need to modify a motor to manipulate it. Also if the vehicle produces more than 2 bar boost it shouldn't make a difference as you want 50/50 at 2 bar anyway.
Last edited by NoJoke; 12-19-2010 at 09:56 AM. Reason: clarify
Subscribed. Looking for something stand alone. Who else has used these?
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5 bar boost pressure are no Problem. Price 999 Euro.
i have been running my mk1 with an simple harness cost me about 150$ and it runing super nice. i could supply a few since i have made 5 of them. i could not find a good reason to spend that much money on a stand alone...
02m mounts for mk1, pm for more infos..
There is something new and cheaper
Search on google your haldex works and look at the videos.
The unit that build crc is more customized but i think its too expensive.
Can we do a group by to reduce the price?
It has got some but not 100% clear but very simple when it becomes clear
You have one wire ( Yellow ) that goes to the handbrake switch
One that goes to the 12v+ switch ( Black )
One that goes to ground ( Brown )
One to pin 43 on the ME7.5 K-line ( Green ) This is the diagnostics
And one to the speed sensor on the transmission ( blue )
You also have a vacuum line for boost
The rest is simple