How-To: Forever Fix RICER FLASH!

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Post by NickKo » Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:42 am

jmoddes wrote:
C1DoG wrote::banghead:
^ :withstupid:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-6-OHM-50W-S ... 4d&vxp=mtr

I'm thinking about that....?
Oh. :| I have heard / read bad things about the 'load resistors'...... because they get very hot.


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Post by jmoddes » Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:55 am

NickKo wrote:
jmoddes wrote:
C1DoG wrote::banghead:
^ :withstupid:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-6-OHM-50W-S ... 4d&vxp=mtr

I'm thinking about that....?
Oh. :| I have heard / read bad things about the 'load resistors'...... because they get very hot.


- Nick
I couldn't agree more bro. I know how hot they get, i've seen then in action. However these i posted that are on ebay... they have their own casing for a cooling fin and you MUST NOT attach it to anything other than metal OR build something where it is suspended freely and won't move around to hit anything. I'm literally going to just zip tie it to metal. *zip tying the 2 holes that are on the case*
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Post by freelancer1988 » Wed Oct 31, 2012 2:58 pm

Keep me posted good sir above. Maybe a writeup. I want to see how well they work.
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Post by occasional demons » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:14 am

LilSparkPlug wrote:Just change out the capacitor in your relay to one with a higher uF like I did with my relay. It's really quite easy to do and this fix won't help you with those boards...you'll still blink way too fast.
Not sure about the 2gn flasher, but the 1gn capacitor is 100 uF 25 volt 85ºC #N9834

Now to determine the increase in uF to slow it down...
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Post by occasional demons » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:58 pm

Well, not much help for 2gn's, but this works great for a 1gn.

CF14 Electronic Car Flasher Relay

From what I can tell from the wiring schematic, you definitely need a 4 pin flasher for the 2gn's.
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Post by NickKo » Sun Dec 02, 2012 8:08 pm

occasional demons wrote:Well, not much help for 2gn's, but this works great for a 1gn.

CF14 Electronic Car Flasher Relay
Thanks, Bill !! :D


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-1998 2-dr SOHC MTX= 57mm TB; Maddog STS
-2000 Ply.LX w/MTX = Maddog STS; CAI; 2.5 exh.; 60mm T/B
-2001 ATX w/Syked PCM + Magnum header
-2001 ACR w/SRT T/B bored out to 55mm

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