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Hi all

I'm working on a rally car, (02-05 subaru WRX STI'd), and presently we've got it pretty much disassembled. It came to us after being through a few hands and the wiring harness is quite a mess. I'm presently trying to sort it all out, and I'd like to run the V88 on the bench so that I can see the channel configurations. Any tips on the best way to do this?

We're also running an AIM MXL dash/datalogger, so I'm sure I'll have a few questions about getting that to work.

Pete

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Guest Dave-Kriedeman

I wouldnt use the brick of batteries approach.

For bench testing, i use a 12 DC 5 amp power supply.

If you want to use a battery, use the car battery at least.

You need a good power source to know the ECU will be happy, especially if you are planning on doing any Firmware updates to the ECU.

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Anyone? I can't find the connector type anywhere in the documentation. There are a number of 'empty' spots in the connector plugs, and I'd like the option of adding inputs or outputs, as well as building a bench test harness.

Pete

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