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Old 06-27-2012, 01:52 PM
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Default Re: VW Golf Mk2 - VoltsWagon

Originally Posted by mora View Post
You could also try ticking RT (raw throttle) in RTD and untick all the other options. If graph changes you got your throttle signal there. Though I'm not sure if that software modification makes it impossible to plot raw throttle signal anymore.

I'm also interested in modding my controller to accept hall effect throttle. I'm keeping an eye on your experiments, hehe. Do you sell those motorsport HE throttles?
Sorry, Mora,

Yes, I can get you a motorsport hall effect, no probs. I'll get you a specification PM me with an email address.

They are fully programmable, at the factory, so you can choose what angle and what voltages you need out. I could always get one programmed the same as mine for use with Paul's modified software. He changed it for JackBauer when he first used his E46 hall effect. I have the same version.

I am uisng a Rover 100 throttle body to mount to to save time and effort. I still need to check whether the throttle cable travel on the Golf is compatible with the Rover throttle body but, to be honest, with the programmable HE I can make it do whatever I want!

Let me know if you want a specification and I'll get a price from our factory.


1993 VW Golf Mk2, 9'' ADC, Open Revolt, Trojan 150Ah 12x12V batteries, 2.5KW Elcon charger, motorsport hall effect throttle.
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