Having completed the assembly of the Speeduino, and still having no car to fit it to, the next logical step was bench testing.
Tastes Like Petrol
After the severe disappointment of my previous attempt at assembling my Speeduino, I decided to go out and spend the money to get a proper soldering station. It was worth it.
I got off my bum today and decided since I had some free time, I would start to assemble my Speeduino board.
Well, here it is, my latest project and by far my most ambitious. Speeduino EFI.
Everyone with an R33 coupe MUST do this. Skylines are great cars, very desirable but unfortunately thieves know this too and they’re a common target. This fix will remove one of the most common points of easy entry to your Skyline.
Finally hit a major milestone in the Roadster today. 200,000km.
Still running fantastic, no signs of any issues and has aged really well. Goes to show how little mileage actually matters.
On another note, the cleaned leather looks and feels great now too. The steering wheel is really nice to hold, and doesn’t leave my hands feeling gross after use.
So, today was both gross and great. I decided it was HUMAN FILTH removal day.
Went back into the garage this morning, and finished what I started yesterday.
As mentioned in my Cars post about the Marina, I found an old “Special Tool” the other day.