I had the AAS motor out. I took some pictures and video of it. It turns 120° with a stop in the middle. Can you think of a good use for one or all of these motors?
I think they have enough torque for that. I mean look @ the size motor for what it does. It has to be able to turn the AAS rod inside the strut.SeVeN X7X said:about how much torque would you say they have.. that woudl make a big difference into what you could use it for... perhaps if it has enough torque.. it could be used to unlatch the rear seats.. as its a PITA to reach back when you forgot.. from the drivers seat. who knows.. ill try to think up more uses....
At least you get a Tim Horton's, I love their donuts, I guess we don't have any good donut places around here though. Tim Horton's is my first stop when I go to Canada.SleepCounter said:I'd make a little coffee stirrer -- I hate it when you go through the drive through at Tim Horton's and they just dump in the sugar and don't stir it and you find it all in the last gulp.
That is a good idea. If 1 turn on a boost controller is 1psi and it spins 120* 3 settings would only be about 1psi, maybe slightly more............right??Could you hook it up to some sort of semi manual/electronic boost controller and use the existing 3 button setup for 3 boost settings?
Be nice. If I still had Sneaky I would have had to replace all the struts and I'd be playing with those motors right now. Here's the low quality video, I found space for it.anarchyx34 said:Hrmm.. Prehaps it might make a good door stopper. Or paperweight.
Not a bad idea, but you would have to find a way to disable it to change the throttle. There would have to be a "Free" setting and then the "4k launch" setting. Im not sure if it could spin freely?SleepCounter said:I think I might just try one out on my throttle linkage -- just slap it on the end of the throttle shaft (alongside the pulley thing that the cable turns) and have an instant (consistent) switchable 4000 (or pick your speed) rpm "idle" for consistent launches and consistent times (when racing brackets at the strip).