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PostPosted: Thu Dec 02, 2004 3:15 pm 
Got Speed Racing PGMFI KITS


RTP v1.0 Complete Kit $40.00
Comes with OBD-0 Hardware Upgrade
:D ***Now comes DS1230AB-70IND*** :D
Designed for Extreme Temperature Applications

PLUG & PLAY
Pre-Programed NVSRAM
I will program it for FREE
Just attach your bin to an email and send it to:
E-mail: joshuavillasenor@yahoo.com
Subject: BIN FILE ATTACHED

:D ***Now comes DS1230AB-70IND*** :D
Designed for Extreme Temperature Applications

RTP v1.0 PCB's $10.00

RS232 to TTL Datalogging KIT $16.00

USB to RS232 Serial Adapter cable 48" $15.00

OBD 1 Eprom Installation Kits $3.50
50% OFF

OBD 1 JDM Rom Installation Kits $4.00
50% OFF

All Eprom Installation kits come with:
- 28 Pin socket - Machine tooled pins
- 74HC373 ( DIL 20 pin or JDM Sot Package)
- C51,C52 Capacitors
- 1.2 k Resistor 1/8 watt
- 0 Ohm jumper 1/8 watt



:shock: ROM BURNS :shock:
Any Bin Burned on a 27SF256 $30.00 Shipped
*** Half Price Reburns only $15.00 ***
***Half price Rom Installation Kits with ever Chip Burned***

BEST KITS ON THE MARKET

How to order
Just go to http://www.gotspeedracing.com
Contact E-mail: joshuavillasenor@yahoo.com
Paypal Prefered


:D Help support PGMFI.ORG :D
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 Post subject: Pics of RTP Complete KIT
PostPosted: Thu Dec 02, 2004 3:17 pm 
:D :D :D :D


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2005 7:13 pm 
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got my kit today 2 days after i ordered super fast shipping and kits where much better then expected with excelent directions great packaging and color photos couldn't ask for anything better don't hessitate to order from josh!!!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 5:31 pm 
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got any of these specials still going on
i want to chip my po6 and use rtp


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 5:34 pm 
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After I get a chance to debug the setup more, I will be making more boards. I got sick of the crowds of ppl trying to use this and having it half work. if you're interested in beta testing, search around. The schematics, board layouts, etc. are posted.


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 Post subject: i need some parts
PostPosted: Sat Jul 02, 2005 6:18 pm 
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i found the schematics so i'm building the board myself but could i get the NVSRAM and a 27hc256 with po6 .bin file on them and a couple of 28 pin dip sockets


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 02, 2005 6:22 pm 
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where did you get the pins that stick out the bottom


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blundar wrote:
After I get a chance to debug the setup more, I will be making more boards. I got sick of the crowds of ppl trying to use this and having it half work. if you're interested in beta testing, search around. The schematics, board layouts, etc. are posted.


I will test! I made one using the Eagle layout and etched the board in my lab in the basement :roll: (not much of a lab). I also got it to "half work". Dallas Semiconductor was nice enough to send me some samples, so I don't have much money in it. I would like to help to get it to work though.


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 Post subject: Re: me again
PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 11:48 am 
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brisbinj wrote:
where did you get the pins that stick out the bottom

I use the standard pin headers that you'd find on a computer motherboard. I found them at an electronics store.

M2Prelude, I'm 99% convinced the problem lies with software not hardware. Send me PM with your contact info if you're serious about helping debug it.


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i think im willing to maybe give this a shot for $40...buddy has a po6 boost is now added so i figured eh before we end up buying an ostrich why not try it out. so josh are you selling the kits for obd1?


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